- Roast peanuts on a cookie sheet for 15 minutes
- Meanwhile boil water, sugar, nutmeg, cinnamon, and cloves.
- Pour roasted peanuts into spice mixture
- Spread coated peanuts on wax paper until dry.
Last night, I made dinner for Jason and Diana, I was boiling some water on the same eye and one of the peanuts caught on fire. Flames shortly started to rise up the side of my really nice pot. I had no idea what to do... I called Matt, um... honey, I kinda started a fire... he was able to be patient with me... "What?"...
I asked him what to do, he didn't really have a response except for, how big is the fire?
Thankfully, the flames subsided once the peanut was thoroughly burnt to a crisp. So I didn't have to save our precious house from flames (Secretly I wouldn't mind if our house burnt down).
But, my question is, if the flames didn't go out by themselves, how would you recommend I put the fire out?