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Old 07-20-2014, 10:58 PM   #29
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I'm starving!
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Old 07-21-2014, 06:44 AM   #30
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As to the corn muffins, when Ginny went to get the corn I said pick up a box of Jiffy Corn Muffin mix. Only slight modifications to the mix. I cut all the corn off the cob, adding it to the mix, added a teaspoon of baking powder, stirred it after adding the required egg and milk and then let it rest for about 5 minutes while the oven warmed to 400 F. They were obviously loaded with corn, keeping them very moist.

I do this too, but sometimes use cream corn. And sometimes half and half, cream and whole (1/2 can of each). I found some beautiful corn last night. Big plumb juiccy looking kernals. Its' microwave corn on the cob tonight!
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Sally, we had 3 ears of corn, cooked for 12 mins in our 1,400W microwave, and it was perfect. Not at all mushy or soggy.

Tim and Norm, I like to add corn to cornbread too. Usually frozen from a bag, because we always have that on hand, but I also sometimes add creamed corn, chopped bacon, chopped onion, jalapeño, cheddar cheese, etc. Not at the same time though! I like to cook it in cast iron.

OK, now I'm hungry.

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Old 07-21-2014, 08:07 AM   #32
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No microwave in my trailer. I use an asparagus steamer. I can fit up to 3 modest sized ears, shucked in the one I have. 5-6 minutes after water starts to boil in the steamer. The Coleman grill/stove comes in handy. Steak or brats or whatever on the grill side, corn on the stove side.
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It would be great if you all would refrain from discussing your thoughts on power costs, and the governing of the power system here. Let's keep to the topic at hand, that being the total yumminess of corn on the cob.
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Tim and Norm, I like to add corn to cornbread too. Usually frozen from a bag, because we always have that on hand, but I also sometimes add creamed corn, chopped bacon, chopped onion, jalapeño, cheddar cheese, etc. Not at the same time though! I like to cook it in cast iron. OK, now I'm hungry. Tom

Oh yeah, corn bread in a well oiled or greased 10" cast iron skillet. One box of the Jiffy mixed up with a little corn flows out to about 1/2"-3/4" thick and makes a great cake.
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Humm, while I kind of dislike bumping an old thread that I was the last poster on, here goes. I have been eating a lot of microwave corn the last couple of weeks. Seems to be a lot of it in the stores and the price is coming down (25 cents an ear). Anyway, I have taken to slightly longer cooking times, around 4 ½ minutes for corn left in the fridge. Like when I bring it to work and throw it in the fridge with the rest of my lunch. A good hot ear of corn on the cob adds a nice touch to a lunch of what is otherwise leftovers. Sad to say that a post on the FGRV Forum about cooking corn in the microwave brings me the most joy recently.
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Cheer up Tim, you're living in paradise! Palm trees, sandy beaches, flip flops, Tervis cups and now cheap corn. You're livin' the dream!

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Old 09-10-2014, 10:50 AM   #37
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Dang, cheap corn was the dream? All this time I thought it was a very inexpensive, local, highly optioned, and very lightly used Escape 19!
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