All-American pecan has distinctive flavor

10/8/2008 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Food writer Waverley Root may have been a little nuts when he claimed the all-American pecan never caught on abroad because it tastes like a walnut, writes Chicago Tribune reporter Emily Nunn, who notes that pecan-lovers can tell the difference with their eyes closed. Whatever the reason people elsewhere have for preferring other nuts, the average American eats a half pound of them a year.

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