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    just got back from maine, the corn was good too
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    I had to cook the last batch of corn I could find, I did four batchs like this got 20 quart bags to last the winter
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    Outstanding this year. Been eating the bi-color and the white.
    From what I've been told this years corn crop is going to be HUGE.

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    The Iowa corn looked pretty tall to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wezul View Post
    Outstanding this year. Been eating the bi-color and the white.
    From what I've been told this years corn crop is going to be HUGE.
    Oh Boy!!!! More ethanol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wezul View Post
    Outstanding this year. Been eating the bi-color and the white.
    From what I've been told this years corn crop is going to be HUGE.
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    Just had some corn from a local grower!

    Wow, super sweat!

    I like my corn with butter and Garlic Garlic seasoning from Tastefully Simple. Incredible flavor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wezul View Post
    Outstanding this year. Been eating the bi-color and the white.
    From what I've been told this years corn crop is going to be HUGE.
    So, THAT's where you've been hiding!
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    Hi Terence!

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    HA! Ya missed last season entirely. Kinda dusty.

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    So, THAT's where you've been hiding!
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    Had it again for supper last, ambrosia.

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    [QUOTE=wezul;953210]
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    Quote Originally Posted by akbeemer View Post
    Oh Boy!!!! More ethanol.
    Sweet Corn is not used to make Ethanol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wezul View Post
    Had it again for supper last, ambrosia.
    Saturday and Monday dinner here. My favorite part of this time of year. Enjoy it while you got it!
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    Our's is coming in now & on the table 7 days a week-two for me, one for wife. We wash the pan & it goes back on the stove. I don't get roasting corn on a grill for freezing? It tastes good that way but to freeze, I don't know? We have found that with fresh corn you can avoid the blanching and it tastes the same, color the same, etc.. Ours all gets eaten fresh or creamed into ziplocks.
    Weather seems to play into flavor and fact that it has rained almost daily for much of summer has flavor down some? My neighbors "Incredible" variety is very good-better then the "Peaches & Cream"(which has many varieties within that name label) we raise.Another neighbor's "Ambrosia" variety is also very good. Most here raise those mentioned &/or "Bodacious"-with Silver Queen(not my kinda corn!) & various "super sweets" by many others.
    Our heirloom tomatoes are a sorry mess-blight has ruined the fruit & killed the vines. Our soil now carries the "late blight" fungus from year to year & it is said to never go away! Same as Irish potato blight. I'm moving part of my garden far from that location next year.
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