When Lisa Gawthorne came home from a hard day’s work, sipped a cup of tea and ate a spoonful of peanut butter, she had an epiphany–the world was ready for a hot peanut drink, and the time was now. Along with a partner, she created Peanut Hottie. The low-calorie, powdered drink mix became an instant hit in the U.K. and is now a hot seller across the United States and beyond. In this Skype interview, Gawthorne tells The Food Channel’s Joy Robertson how the invention went from kitchen to culinary fame, one nutty sip at a time.
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