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Corn #16831444 01/12/22
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Should ALWAYS be drained before it is brought to the table.


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You gonna use it as a topping for your pork and beans?

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Corn is good for two things, liquor and turd decoration.


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Store bought canned corn, and 90% of the frozen I've bought should not even be sold as corn.

Home grown, cut off the cob, frozen in a water/sugar solution is the only way to fly.

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Corn is also good for getting spikes and coons to pose in front of your game cameras. We bought 26 steel drums of corn this deer season. That feeds a lot of coons.


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Originally Posted by mathman
Corn is good for two things, liquor and turd decoration.



It is also good for an additive for gasoline. (As he gleefully scurries off to a safe place to hide.)


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Originally Posted by 5sdad
Should ALWAYS be drained before it is brought to the table.



And then put some butter on it

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Originally Posted by chris_c
Originally Posted by 5sdad
Should ALWAYS be drained before it is brought to the table.



And then put some butter on it

This right here.


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I agree with the draining and adding butter


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Open the can, heat in a pot on the stove.

Bring pot to table. Serve with slotted spoon.


Easy.


The corn stays warmer in the hot water.

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Open the can, heat in a pot on the stove.

Bring pot to table. Serve with slotted spoon.


Easy.


The corn stays warmer in the hot water.



But I need my butter, supporting the farmers

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Open the can, heat in a pot on the stove.

Bring pot to table. Serve with slotted spoon.


Easy.


The corn stays warmer in the hot water.


Even with the spotted saloon, you still get corn liquid polluting the other things on the plate - especially mashed potatoes.

Also, the canned corn tastes like crap by itself.


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Canned corn should be illegal.


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Da fugg?

Grits, corn tortillas for tacos, chips, on the cob....

Kern is good stuff!


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Originally Posted by ironbender
Canned corn should be illegal.



No!

It's good for chumming carp and some use it for trout.

Don't touch the stuff.
Canned corn has a smell I can pick up from the bowl.
Pass it to the left.


Fresh or frozen. If frozen, ours is well ahead of bought.


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Originally Posted by chris_c
Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Open the can, heat in a pot on the stove.

Bring pot to table. Serve with slotted spoon.


Easy.


The corn stays warmer in the hot water.



But I need my butter, supporting the farmers


Fair enough.

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Originally Posted by Dillonbuck
Originally Posted by ironbender
Canned corn should be illegal.

No!

It's good for chumming carp and some use it for trout.

Don't touch the stuff.
Canned corn has a smell I can pick up from the bowl.
Pass it to the left.

Fresh or frozen. If frozen, ours is well ahead of bought.

Ok. Not illegal. But should be sold next to the dog food or in the bail section.

Canned vegetables are an abomination.


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Originally Posted by 5sdad
Should ALWAYS be drained before it is brought to the table.

Are you reefering to fresh plump ears of corn, or niblets that are long dead?


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Except beans.
Frozen greens are better, but canned ones can hit the microwave and be eaten
in 2 minutes. Better in a pot with bacon, onion, brown sugar and vinegar.

But it's nice to zip open a can of pintos.


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can't screw corn up, anyway you fix it is good, kinda like onions


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