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Synonyms for monkey nut

pod of the peanut vine containing usually 2 nuts or seeds

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Blair Drummond Safari Park manager Gary Gilmour said: "We had some monkey nuts inside the pumpkins and they kept trying to run away with them.
Peanuts in UK and Asia are more commonly called groundnuts or monkey nuts.
INGREDIENTS: 300g carrots, peeled 300g parsnips, peeled 150g small turnips, peeled 1 red onion 300g butternut squash, peeled and deseeded 100g roasted monkey nuts 16 chestnuts 1tbsp Balsamic vinegar 175g lentils 1 litre vegetable stock 1 clove of garlic, peeled 1 sprig thyme 1 measure black whisky/dry sherry 1tsp grain mustard 100ml olive oil 30g butter 1 /2tsp of granulated sugar
I DON'T know whether to buy monkey nuts or put up a Christmas tree I'm that confused with all the advertising
A tin of biscuits turned out to be a can of sweet crackers, and a jar of monkey nuts was full of peanuts.
Make a loop at one end so that it looks like a kebab skewer, then push on as many monkey nuts as you can.
John Gordon Sinclair, Lorraine McIntosh and John Michie delivered deadpan laughs as regularly as monkey nuts on Halloween.
Sally has a problem, Chas has a secret, Daphne has ambition, Jamie has a tip-off, and Liz has toes like monkey nuts.
And yet, if you're still hoovering up the monkey nuts and dreading the cost of the fireworks, I envy you.
I''ve eaten many a pound of monkey nuts on the way back, throwing the shells away so my dad wouldn''t know.
It's worth a shilling; would buy a penn'orth of monkey nuts 12 times over; or mint imperials.
For this salad of Cauliflower, Sprouting Broccoli and Roasted Monkey nuts, take one small cauliflower cut into small florets, stems discarded; one good-sized bunch of sprouting broccoli and 110g monkey nuts.
Each day, he sets up red squirrel feeding stations, leaving out monkey nuts.
Although traditional skills can still be found - I particularly liked Louise Jones's brilliant topographical drawing in pen and ink in Brazilian Stories, for instance - it's probably fair to say that digital media, as represented by Janet Woolley's awardwinning montage Monkey Nuts, now seem to predominate.