When you receive a tin of Hubs home cooked Virginia peanuts, whether as a gift or as a treat for yourself, you open the door to our home. Many years ago, in the small Virginia crossroads village of Sedley, Dot Hubbard developed a unique way to cook the Virginia peanuts grown on her father’s farm. She diligently used only the finest peanuts from the local harvest. Today, Dot’s recipe for using only the best remains unchanged.
From our home to yours...we hope you will enjoy Hubs.
Step inside Dot's kitchen in Sedley for a tour of Hubbard Peanut Company and learn how Hubs were born. Watch the Video
Please, meet our National Accounts Manager, Janice Tawney. Janice loves flowers and gardening, would be a butterfly when given a choice of creatures, and wishes she could drive a convertible. She wants to be outdoors! For someone in her role, it’s a good thing she likes flitting about and helping our ‘flowers/customers’. When asked what she enjoys most about working for Hubbard Peanut Company, Janice explains, “ We consistently produce a high quality product. It is very important to me to trust the product I’m selling." We agree wholeheartedly, and enjoy having someone with her sales experience working with us.
Janice is currently the only member of the Hubs team who doesn’t live locally, though she grew up right here in Southampton County. She left Union Camp after 14 years on the road selling white paper to stay closer to her growing young family. Her home today is Salem, Virginia where she resides with her husband and two children. Even though Janice is an alumna of William & Mary, the Hokies of Virginia Tech have a place very close to her heart. With a husband who is an alumnus and a daughter who is a current student, the road between Salem and Blacksburg is quite short. Maybe that convertible she would like to drive would help her get there for visits faster. In her spare time, she enjoys watching her son participate in many sports activities and like many of our employees, Janice is an avid volunteer.
In a bowl, combine Dijon mustard and peanut butter. Mix well.
In another bowl combine crushed peanuts, panko and rosemary. Mix well.
Spread peanut butter mixture and peanuts mixture on each salmon fillet. Spinkle minced parsley on top and place salmon fillets on a lightly greased baking pan. Pour olive oil over salmon fillets and bake for 20-25 minutes.