FILE: Debbie Keding, center, of Wheeling, Va., samples some boiled peanuts with Bluffton's Marty Wall, left, and Risa Grace at the first Bluffton Boilers Boiled Peanut Cookoff. The contest featured 26 entries with boiled peanut flavors ranging from coffee to buffalo.
FILE: Debbie Keding, center, of Wheeling, Va., samples some boiled peanuts with Bluffton's Marty Wall, left, and Risa Grace at the first Bluffton Boilers Boiled Peanut Cookoff. The contest featured 26 entries with boiled peanut flavors ranging from coffee to buffalo. Staff photo
FILE: Debbie Keding, center, of Wheeling, Va., samples some boiled peanuts with Bluffton's Marty Wall, left, and Risa Grace at the first Bluffton Boilers Boiled Peanut Cookoff. The contest featured 26 entries with boiled peanut flavors ranging from coffee to buffalo. Staff photo

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