trying new things

I always like to try new things and I consider my self pretty opened minded.  I’ve been cruising the Pintrest site and in fact I have recommend this site to many friends.  I find such inspiration there with everything.

A couple of day’s ago, I was cruising and came across a post by a fellow pinner. Baked corn on the cob.  She said it was the best corn on the cob that she’d ever had.  Well anyone that knows me and knows my family can confirm that this family loves corn on the cob and during the summer months it’s nothing out of the ordinary for us to eat it almost every night.  That probably explains when the farmer at the local vegetable stand knows me by my first name.

One of the things that I dread with corn on the cob is husking them before you eat them.  I was thrilled when the directions stated to bake them husks on.  They stated that once baked the skin and silk would just peel away with little effort.  When I read that I thought, this I gotta see.

Directions call for you to place the corn in the oven husks on at 350 and bake for 25 – 30 minutes.

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I baked mine for 30 minutes.  I gotta say that the husk and silk peeled away with ease just they stated.

 

 

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With the husks peeled away you know what to do next

 

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You decide if it was a success

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Would I do baked corn on the cob again?  Defiantly!!  The draw back, you’ve got to start the oven on a hot summer day.  Some day’s that might not be an option. 

Tell me do you eat your corn on the cob left to right or round and round?

Thanks for reading, happy Wednesday.

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