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As she has done for 31 years, Betty Stover fills cups with boiled peanuts for the Pelion Ruritan Club to sell and raise money for local scholarships at the 31st annual South Carolina Peanut Party. The event continues Saturday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. and features a parade, dog show (dog and owner look-a-like and best dressed dog contest), a peanut butter and jelly sandwich eating contest, car show, peanutty recipe contest and local entertainment at the Pelion Community Club, 951 Pine Street.

As she has done for 31 years, Betty Stover fills cups with boiled peanuts for the Pelion Ruritan Club to sell and raise money for local scholarships at the 31st annual South Carolina Peanut Party. The event continues Saturday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. and features a parade, dog show (dog and owner look-a-like and best dressed dog contest), a peanut butter and jelly sandwich eating contest, car show, peanutty recipe contest and local entertainment at the Pelion Community Club, 951 Pine Street.

Charles Haggard, the mayor of Pelion, stirs a pot of boiled peanuts as he has done every year since the South Carolina Peanut Party's inception 31 years ago. He estimates 50-60 bushels of peanuts will be boiled for the event. The 31st annual South Carolina Peanut Party continues Saturday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.The event features a parade, dog show (dog and owner look-a-like and best dressed dog contest), a peanut butter and jelly sandwich eating contest, car show, peanutty recipe contest and local…

Charles Haggard, the mayor of Pelion, stirs a pot of boiled peanuts as he has done every year since the South Carolina Peanut Party's inception 31 years ago. He estimates 50-60 bushels of peanuts will be boiled for the event. The 31st annual South Carolina Peanut Party continues Saturday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.The event features a parade, dog show (dog and owner look-a-like and best dressed dog contest), a peanut butter and jelly sandwich eating contest, car show, peanutty recipe contest and local…

Boiled peanuts, the official South Carolina snack food, is plentiful at the 31st annual South Carolina Peanut Party. The Pelion Ruritan Club sells the peanuts for $3 a cup to fund scholarships in the community. The party continues Saturday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.The event features a parade, dog show (dog and owner look-a-like and best dressed dog contest), a peanut butter and jelly sandwich eating contest, car show, peanutty recipe contest and local entertainment at the Pelion Community Club, 951…

Boiled peanuts, the official South Carolina snack food, is plentiful at the 31st annual South Carolina Peanut Party. The Pelion Ruritan Club sells the peanuts for $3 a cup to fund scholarships in the community. The party continues Saturday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.The event features a parade, dog show (dog and owner look-a-like and best dressed dog contest), a peanut butter and jelly sandwich eating contest, car show, peanutty recipe contest and local entertainment at the Pelion Community Club, 951…

Pioneer Bread! get the recipe on country-magazine.com's blog

Pioneer Bread - Salt-rising bread, a. pioneer bread because it needed no yeast. From an old, old recipe book, sent to Country magazine by a reader. It's their most-requested recipe ever -- get it here.

Tomato lovers attend the Tasty Tomato Festival at Columbia's City Roots urban farm on July 15, 2012, to sample tomato dishes, listen to live music, play 'mater games' and enjoy a cold beverage in the summer heat.   HERE, David Olsen, 8, of Columbia throws a tomato into boxes on a compost pile. The event used store-bought tomatoes to make a point that organic tomatoes are better. But even the store-bought tomatoes weren't wasted. They will be used to feed chickens.

Tomato lovers attend the Tasty Tomato Festival at Columbia's City Roots urban farm on July 15, 2012, to sample tomato dishes, listen to live music, play 'mater games' and enjoy a cold beverage in the summer heat. HERE, David Olsen, 8, of Columbia throws a tomato into boxes on a compost pile. The event used store-bought tomatoes to make a point that organic tomatoes are better. But even the store-bought tomatoes weren't wasted. They will be used to feed chickens.

Tomato lovers attend the Tasty Tomato Festival at Columbia's City Roots urban farm on July 15, 2012, to sample tomato dishes, listen to live music, play 'mater games' and enjoy a cold beverage in the summer heat.  HERE, The tomato toss event used store-bought tomatoes to make a point that organic tomatoes are better. But even the store-bought tomatoes weren't wasted. They will be used to feed chickens.

Tomato lovers attend the Tasty Tomato Festival at Columbia's City Roots urban farm on July 15, 2012, to sample tomato dishes, listen to live music, play 'mater games' and enjoy a cold beverage in the summer heat. HERE, The tomato toss event used store-bought tomatoes to make a point that organic tomatoes are better. But even the store-bought tomatoes weren't wasted. They will be used to feed chickens.

Tomato lovers attend the Tasty Tomato Festival at Columbia's City Roots urban farm on July 15, 2012, to sample tomato dishes, listen to live music, play 'mater games' and enjoy a cold beverage in the summer heat.   HERE, a VIP section included a potluck buffet featuring lots of tomato dishes.

Tomato lovers attend the Tasty Tomato Festival at Columbia's City Roots urban farm on July 15, 2012, to sample tomato dishes, listen to live music, play 'mater games' and enjoy a cold beverage in the summer heat. HERE, a VIP section included a potluck buffet featuring lots of tomato dishes.

Corn Dogs

Indiana Style Corn Dogs- 5 out of 5 star rating! ~These were wonderful!

Cherry pie

Who doesn't enjoy cherry pie? The pinacle of fruit. Every summer when the sour cherry appears, our culinary nerves start firing.