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Old 07-03-2018, 03:49 PM
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Looks like somebody likes to go round and round vs typwriter style when eatin their corn!.
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Boy am I hungry now! That oven method does sound worth trying!
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I JUST picked the first ear of 2018,,,



What am I supposed to do with 500 ears?

OK, OK,, I WILL try to eat it all,,,

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I JUST picked the first ear of 2018,,,



What am I supposed to do with 500 ears?

OK, OK,, I WILL try to eat it all,,,

Wish you was closer......I would take 60-80 ears of corn.
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Looks like Ya shoulda waited a few more days!!
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Looks like Ya shoulda waited a few more days!!

It takes over a week for the family to eat the corn,, so we start early,,,
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Nice corn, dental floss will be in order.
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I JUST picked the first ear of 2018,,,

What am I supposed to do with 500 ears?

OK, OK,, I WILL try to eat it all,,,

Peaches and Cream?

My mom used to put up over 700 ears of Silver Queen every year, cut it off the cob and froze it. We won't discuss snap beans and butter beans other than to say we planted them with a 4 row planter. Tomatoes were planted 2 rows at the time using a tobacco planter. Go big or go to the grocery store.
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