Lunch Is Safe For Now

Being 57 years old, I’m man enough to admit that there are parts of my chilhood that I refuse to let go of. One of those is that when I am  home for lunch, my go-to choice is PB&J sandwich. To be more specific, Peter Pan Creamy with strawberry preserves on fresh, white bread. In full disclosure, included will be a glass of cold, chocolate milk (Ovaltine Malt).

Reading the article below, I’m happy to learn my supply chain remains intact. Unknown

ATLANTA (AP) – Georgia farmers have planted the largest peanut acreage in more than 20 years, and experts say the crop is looking great so far.

University of Georgia Cooperative Extension peanut agronomist Scott Monfort says those he’s pulled up have great “pod loads.”

Georgia farmers began planting in late March and finished in early July. Monfort says 828,000 acres are planted, up nearly 16 percent from last year.

He credits the good-looking plants to timely summer rains in south Georgia. Since about half of Georgia’s peanuts are produced on dry land, or land without access to irrigation, growers need rain for a good crop.

Monfort says lower temperatures than normal are expected for the rest of the month, and that also will be good for the plants.

Thanks to Channel 6, WJBF in Augusta, GA for the good news and if you want to learn more, watch this, Growing Peanut Butter, The Documentary

About Ray V.

Living in Aiken, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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10 Responses to Lunch Is Safe For Now

  1. From a UK non PB aficionado, YUK!

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  2. Thank God!!! I’ve been worried about my PB&J supply for weeks…

    Liked by 1 person

  3. LOL the kids in high school still love PB & J as well…..only they have to settle for whatever brand of PB and grape jelly.

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  4. I’m a Laura Scudder’s gal, myself. 😊

    Like

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