Across the United States people are asking each other: “Are you a Pe-Can or a Pe-Can’t!” Well, maybe it’s just a Texas thing when I get with my northern family members who say pee-can to my pee-con! Anyway, let’s celebrate National Pecan Cookie Day, no matter how you pronounce it!
There are many cookie and cake recipes made better because of the pecan: chocolate chip, oatmeal, brownies, banana nut bread, and more. What’s your favorite way to eat a pecan?
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Pecans are unassuming and delicious to eat straight out of the shell as a great source of protein and other nutrients. Thank you, Pecans, for having a softish shell for easy access. Pecans can be put in an airtight container and stored in the freezer for a long shelf life, too.
Pecan is an “algonquian” word, meaning “a nut requiring a stone to crack.” The pecan is native to the central and southern United States. The Algonquian are one of the most populous and widespread North American native groups.