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My favorite way to freeze corn
Old 08-05-2019, 07:41 AM
 
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My favorite corn recipe

3 dozen ears of corn, cut off the cob
1 lb butter, cold
1 p thalf and half

Mix ingredients together in a large roasting pan.
Bake uncovered for one hour at 325 degrees. Stir every 15 minutes. Don't worry if it looks slightly curdled in the baking. It will be delicious.
Let cool in pan on counter. When cool, package for the freezer. Add sugar and salt when ready to use.


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Actual creamed corn
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is the best!!

Had it in a restaurant once and tried to replicate it with whipping cream. Should have used half and half--thanks. I'll try that.
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New recipe
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This sounds yummy! Thank you so much for sharing. I grew up with a father who raised corn. My twin sister and I would peddle corn all around our neighborhood selling corn in our little red wagon. We soon got smart and build sides with cardboard so we wouldn't have to make so many trips.

CORN Memory: My 3 brothers would pick an entire pickup load of corn stuffed completely full and our family would spend an entire day freezing corn. My mother would freeze water in all kinds of containers to make blocks of ice. We could blanch it, plunge it in ice cold water, set it on thick towels to drain until completely cool, cut it off the cob, and then place it in freezer bags. We stopped for lunch and ate corn with buttered bread, sliced tomatoes, and cucumbers. We wouldn't stop for supper until everything was finished and cleaned up. What a mess that would be!! Then, we sat down to corn for supper! Suppers were so much sweeter when corn was served in those cold winter nights!
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