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Pennsylvania Corn

2010 August 30
by Mrs. FoodieLawyer
Baronners

We visited Dan’s Mom in Central Pennsylvania recently, and one of the many highlights of our trip was the visit to Baronner’s Farm Market and the fresh sweet corn we purchased there.  Late summer in Central PA means that farm fresh sweet corn is readily available, and Baronner’s sells the best around.  If you can do it, the ideal way to cook corn is to boil it as soon as possible after it has been picked. Baronner’s sells corn that was growing only hours before you buy it.  The first night we simply boiled the corn, and the next night we grilled up a few ears.

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  1. Lori permalink
    August 30, 2010

    Awesome, we have not been able to guess a perfect cooking time for our corn..you guys rock! Wonderful photography and commentary. We Will be back often.

    • August 30, 2010

      Thanks Lori! Instead of boiling, try grilling some corn sometime too. The grill gives the corn a wonderful flavor. (We’re so happy that you’re enjoying our blog!)

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