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July 10, 2012

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Kaen

yummy!
Karen

Stephanie

Beautiful! I planted corn one year and it was small but tasty. Fresh from the garden is best. Waiting for my tomatoes to ripen.

Yvonne

Wow....those look very tasty. I'm jealous. :)

Becky in VA

FRESH corn is such a treat! Try it in the microwave wrapped in waxed paper. 2 ears = 5 minutes. It steams itself in the paper and none of the goodness goes into a pot of boiling water.

Kate

Looks great - I love fresh corn. I have corn envy now (but have a small garden, so there's no way)

Terri

Man, that looks like great corn! Every kernel is perfect!

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