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Old 08-16-2017, 11:00 PM
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I do them the same way except on the smoker/grill. Mmmm... Smoked corn!
And now I have a sudden strong craving for buttery corn on the cob :/
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I like it any way you cook it. Have to try some of these other ways.
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And now I have a sudden strong craving for buttery corn on the cob :/
The wife and I will eat so much corn on the cob over the next week and a half,,,,
that we will not even think about it until it is time to plant the next batch next year,,,

We used to freeze it,, but, the "summer overdose" method works better,,,
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Up here, you ask for cob corn, you are likely getting field corn. We specify sweet corns, and it's night and day to cob corn.
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The wife and I will eat so much corn on the cob over the next week and a half,,,,
that we will not even think about it until it is time to plant the next batch next year,,,

We used to freeze it,, but, the "summer overdose" method works better,,,
I can eat it year round lol. Along with my taters
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I can eat it year round lol. Along with my taters
We used to be that way,, but, have become tired of garden food.
We have gardened for 40 years.
We used to put up 100 quarts of green beans each year,,,
that meant we had to have them twice a week ALL year,,,
now, we eat about 3 meals out of the garden and mow the bean plants.

We have switched much of our garden to perennial,, raspberries, asparagus,



this year we planted some grapes,,,
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May have to try that cooking method sometime.
My mother never put up (froze) corn on the cob, always cut it off the cob. Most years put up the corn off 5-700 ears. Lets just say there were very few metal cans of veggies in that household. The wife and I always froze corn on the cob, around 80-120 ears a year. The year my son was born I came home from the hospital (he was in the NICU for a while) and pulled, shucked, silked, blanched, chilled, and wrapped about 80 ears. Doesn't take too long with 2 big pots on the stove, but man does it get HOT in the kitchen!
Oh yeah, we always preferred Silver Queen corn.
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We used to be that way,, but, have become tired of garden food.
We have gardened for 40 years.
We used to put up 100 quarts of green beans each year,,,
that meant we had to have them twice a week ALL year,,,
now, we eat about 3 meals out of the garden and mow the bean plants.

We have switched much of our garden to perennial,, raspberries, asparagus,



this year we planted some grapes,,,
If all I got was steak. Potatoes and corn for meals. Throw in some eggs now and then. I'd be one happy camper. With the occasional chicken n dumplings and busicuts and gravy of course
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