My mother, Lucille, was very well known for her peanut brittle in this hill country area and she sold it to the tourist and retailer’s, including stores, gift shops, restaurants, and camps. She would fill quart jars with that crunchy goodness and put a cloth on the lid and tie on ribbon or raffia. I designed and made labels for her with a really cute logo I found on the internet. My mom first learned to make brittle as a child, cooking it on a wood burning stove, and in her later years she used the microwave. In her honor I will carry on the tradition and pass it on to future family members.