A odd find in the middle of Missouri, Arkansas. I ask where did that come from? She said it was here when we came here didn't know anything about it but said it came in handy to call her husband in for supper.
The Bennie gives a lesson on where to find the best pecan. Off we went in pursuit of pecans ,we went to a place call the boot heel of Missouri, round and round the country side then to a place call Pigget Arkansas. How did we get back in Arkansas? Down a gravel road to a house that had pecan trees. And this is how it went. Yes sir, Pawnee is the first pecan variety we harvest each season. Your first taste will tell you that Pawnee is unlike any other pecan you've ever tasted. Plump and delicious- in a word extraordinary. They have a rich taste that makes them ideal for baking. Can I take your picture? We fell for it and got 10 pounds of cracked pecans. Now the old joke that if you shake the family tree hard enough, you're bound to find a couple of nut. In the south.