Boiled, steamed, deep fried, fried, scalloped, baked, broiled, frozen, grilled, raw, I just love corn. What ever happened to yellow corn?
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Wednesday, July 20, 2011
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It migrated over to Astronomico's I think. Saw it there last week. Agreed - corn is the best! I never care whether it's white, yellow, or both - delicious raw or cooked. Just delicious.
I vote for grilled corn. Used to be white corn was rare now yellow is.
Zoomie, I still love Asparagus but corn is in season now.
Greg, We were at Marin farmers market Sunday and I asked the vendor about Yelow corn. She said they sell them all to the big Wally-Marts. I must be shopping at the wrong Wally-Mart because I have not seen yellow.
How the hell did you get to be so funny, sailor man?
We're getting yellow corn at that market, but it's pale yellow. Shoot, maybe that's white. Deep white.
Corn is just now getting good in my neck of the woods.
The first few weeks of "fresh corn" is animal fodder at 6 bucks a dozen.
cookiecrumb, The corn we bought Sunday when we saw you was made into corn fritters. They were drenched in maple syrup.
Greg, We only get sweet corn here in the Bay Area. I am actually growning some Japanese corn.
Yeah, I miss the solid yellow corn too. The "peaches and cream" varieties are just too sweet for me.
check the cbbqa website they need pics
food-fire, I have my fingers crossed about this Japanese corn I am growing. It is a yellow variety.
Mr. Applejacks, I looked but I did not see what you were refering to. We are looking forward to seeing you at Konicti.
You should make an Asian corn with miso.
sometimes Safeway has yellow corn. when is the place in fremont open I wonder?
Chris, Do you have a recipe?
foodhoe, I am planning to go down to Freemont next month. They do not have a phone.
Hoofrickinrah for corn season! We are finally seeing some Colorado Sweet corn at our markets. There's a large vegetable farm east of Denver that has THE best and THE sweetest yellow corn ever. Ever!
Lea Ann, I am jealous.
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