Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Looks like a little extra protein on at least one cob. That's quite a haul!
That's a lot of corn. My mother used to freeze corn and it tasted so good and reminded me of summer all winter long. The kittehs don't know what they're missing and I would keep it that way :)Sam
ha. true that...now she did not freeze the worm did she?
Oh I love "Butter & Sugar" (what we called it anyway) corn...and you will get to love this for many months now. Good job there!
Ahh Vicki, those kittehs do know how to always look on the bright side of life.xo
Oh please grate me some of that corn and fry it up with a bunch of bacon fat and sliced tomatoes on the side Corn bread and butter milk.
Oh, hasn't the corn been good this year?
Today I picked corn again -- about twice the amount pictured. It's shucked and (mostly) de-silked -- now for the blanching and freezing. And Jim Egerton, in your honor I fried up some in bacon drippings. It was yum and we had maters and cucumbers on the side.
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