History of Boil

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One sunny fall day in 2008, friends Jim Mishoe and Brent Davis were boiling peanuts and got into a heated discussion on the best way to enjoy the southern delicacy. From the type of peanut used, to the method of cooking, and the ingredients used for flavor, the two did not see eye to eye - so they decided to create a little friendly competition to see just who had the best recipe. Some of their friends joined in, and the Palmetto Peanut Boil was created.

AnimalMission PeanutBoil 6 WebOnce word got out, Mishoe and Davis realized that the popularity of this salty snack could be used to make a real difference in their community. Mishoe's nephew, Nathan Miller, passed away at 42 days old and during his short life, Ronald McDonald House Charities® provided his family a "home-away- from-home". To honor Nathan's memory and support Ronald McDonald House Charities(r), Mishoe and Davis decided to make the Palmetto Peanut Boil an annual event.

When Davis passed away in a car accident in 2010, Mishoe and friends bound together, continued the tradition and over the course of the next five years, the Boil raised more than $25,000 for Ronald McDonald House Charities®. In 2015, the Boil expanded its horizons and partnered with The Animal Mission, a charitable non-profit which improves the safety and quality of life for Midlands' animals. The Animal Mission offers free spay/neuter vouchers to all citizens in the City of Columbia and Richland County as well as adoptions which has reduced animal intake at the Columbia Animal Shelter by over 5,000 animals in the past 5 years.

AnimalMission PeanutBoil 20 WebIn 2008, Mishoe and Davis had an idea which is now a hallmark of the Midlands Community. The Palmetto Peanut Boil is a family-friendly, service oriented, famously hot competition which has produced never before tasted recipes showcasing South Carolina's official and most beloved snack - and raised thousands for charities with close-ties to the founders' hearts. The funds raised for The Animal Mission and Ronald McDonald House Charities® make an impact you can directly see in our community. Through these organizations, Nathan Miller and Brent Davis's legacies continue to live and serve.

 

About the Palmetto Peanut Boil

One sunny fall day in 2008, friends Jim Mishoe and Brent Davis were boiling peanuts and got into a heated discussion on the best way to enjoy the southern delicacy. From the type of peanut used, to the method of cooking, and the ingredients used for flavor, the two did not see eye to eye - so they decided to create a little friendly competition to see just who had the best recipe. Some of their friends joined in, and the Palmetto Peanut Boil was created. Once word got out, Mishoe and Davis realized that the popularity of this salty snack could be used to make a real difference in their community. Mishoe's nephew, Nathan Miller, passed away at 42 days old and during his short life, Ronald McDonald House Charities® provided his family a "home-away- from-home". To honor Nathan's memory and support Ronald McDonald House Charities(r), Mishoe and Davis decided to make the Palmetto Peanut Boil an annual event. When Davis passed away in a car accident in 2010, Mishoe and friends bound together, continued the tradition and over the course of the next five years, the Boil raised more than $25,000 for Ronald McDonald House Charities®. In 2015, the Boil expanded its horizons and partnered with The Animal Mission, a charitable non-profit which improves the safety and quality of life for Midlands' animals. The Animal Mission offers free spay/neuter vouchers to all citizens in the City of Columbia and Richland County as well as adoptions which has reduced animal intake at the Columbia Animal Shelter by over 5,000 animals in the past 5 years. In 2008, Mishoe and Davis had an idea which is now a hallmark of the Midlands Community. The Palmetto Peanut Boil is a family-friendly, service oriented, famously hot competition which has produced never before tasted recipes showcasing South Carolina's official and most beloved snack - and raised thousands for charities with close-ties to the founders' hearts. The funds raised for The Animal Mission and Ronald McDonald House Charities(r) make an impact you can directly see in our community. Through these organizations, Nathan Miller and Brent Davis's legacies continue to live and serve.

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