On July 16, 2014, Robbie Cahill, co-owner of Cahill's Market, shows some of the damage suffered by the "World's Largest Boiled Peanut". The famed jumbo nut was cracked and scuffed in several places when it fell off of a flatbed trailer during filming of an episode of the A&E program "Shipping Wars," which aired on July 15. In the show, the 21-foot-long nut was being shipped from I-95 roadside attraction South of the Border to Cahill's Market in Bluffton when it fell off the trailer. The peanut was made in Bluffton out of pine studs, plywood, chicken wire, standard insulation and closed cell spray foam insulation and exterior paint. It is on display at the market.
On July 16, 2014, Robbie Cahill, co-owner of Cahill's Market, shows some of the damage suffered by the "World's Largest Boiled Peanut". The famed jumbo nut was cracked and scuffed in several places when it fell off of a flatbed trailer during filming of an episode of the A&E program "Shipping Wars," which aired on July 15. In the show, the 21-foot-long nut was being shipped from I-95 roadside attraction South of the Border to Cahill's Market in Bluffton when it fell off the trailer. The peanut was made in Bluffton out of pine studs, plywood, chicken wire, standard insulation and closed cell spray foam insulation and exterior paint. It is on display at the market. Staff photo
On July 16, 2014, Robbie Cahill, co-owner of Cahill's Market, shows some of the damage suffered by the "World's Largest Boiled Peanut". The famed jumbo nut was cracked and scuffed in several places when it fell off of a flatbed trailer during filming of an episode of the A&E program "Shipping Wars," which aired on July 15. In the show, the 21-foot-long nut was being shipped from I-95 roadside attraction South of the Border to Cahill's Market in Bluffton when it fell off the trailer. The peanut was made in Bluffton out of pine studs, plywood, chicken wire, standard insulation and closed cell spray foam insulation and exterior paint. It is on display at the market. Staff photo

Bluffton's 'World's Largest Boiled Peanut' worse for wear after TV appearance

July 16, 2014 11:10 AM

UPDATED July 16, 2014 08:06 PM

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