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Old 05-31-2016, 11:27 AM   #4181
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One of the things that has been plentiful and good here in Florida this spring has been corn on the cob. A lot of it, it is good and sweet, and cheap as there is abundant supply.

I grew up in Eastern PA, and local corn there, NJ or MD was always great and hard to beat from late July through Sept. But in FL we get it about three times a year. Not as good as where I lived before, or mid-western corn that I have had when they are in season, but better than was obtainable in those areas in May or December.
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Cedar planked Copper River Sockeye Salmon. Rice Pilaf, and corn on the cob.
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I had meat loaf, mashed taters covered in gravy and a salad...
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Balota and I had BBQ chicken on the charcoal grill, corn on the cob, watermelon and beer.
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Balota and I had BBQ chicken on the charcoal grill, corn on the cob, watermelon and beer.
Yeow, an outstanding meal. My son and I had London Broil, grilled medium rare and a Caeser Salad from scratch. It was good, but your's sounds better.

I do need to be in a 12 step program for corn on the cob though!
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When I was in high school, I had a summer job at a local farm store which sold produce straight from the field (although some of the out-of-season stuff was shipped in from elsewhere). I loved doing "quality assurance testing" for some of the silver queen corn. They didn't mind much, since seeing someone chowing down on some corn on the cob tended to make people hungry for .... corn on the cob.
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When I was in high school, I had a summer job at a local farm store which sold produce straight from the field (although some of the out-of-season stuff was shipped in from elsewhere). I loved doing "quality assurance testing" for some of the silver queen corn. They didn't mind much, since seeing someone chowing down on some corn on the cob tended to make people hungry for .... corn on the cob.
Silver queen is my favorite corn. I've been known to put away 5 or 6 ears at a sitting when it first comes in. But need to stay close to the outhouse the next day. 😮
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Mirai sweet corn is pretty good, too.
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For today grilled London Broil, grilled Asparagus, and a Caesar Salad.

For tomorrow for my Son-in-law for Father's Day, grilled lobster tail, grilled Shrimp, roast potatoes and watermelon.
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Grilled chicken, taters & Vidalia onions, and zucchini. The zucchini and taters out of my garden.
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