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Barbaranne
Nov 22, 2017
Are the corn edible or just for decoration. Personally I don't like the look of them, but I love sweetcorn.
Enjoy today and every day, God bless
orinoco
Nov 22, 2017
Yes, there's no qualitative difference between other dried corns and the coloured kinds. It's all provender; put the hay down where the goats can get to it! LOL
aknan
Nov 22, 2017
If you shelled the kernels of the cob and put them in a pan with oil, they'd pop, Barabaranne. Not the fluffy kernels we're used to, but it does pop. We used to do this with milo, a related grain. Those looked like miniature popcorn when popped.
Coravee
Nov 22, 2017
These are mostly decorative, but sometimes ground for interesting tortilla dishes. Sweet corn is a bit different variety, eaten, canned or frozen before it has hardened. Sweet corn shrivels up when it dries, and can be soaked and cooked. There are quite a few variations in flavor among all types of corn.
orinoco
Nov 23, 2017
I should have said, there's no *nutritional* difference. After all these years proofreading botany papers, I should be more precise.
Barbaranne
Nov 24, 2017
Thank you very much for all time you have taken to answer my query, all your replies are interesting and helpful. Hugs and hugs and hugs for your kindness.
Coravee
Nov 26, 2017
Questions like yours help me think through and classify my knowledge.I forget that corn products universal in the US, having originated here. Another oddity in preparing corn: The skin can be soaked off in lye water and the kernel swells up more than twice its size. This is Hominy. It doesn't have a lot of flavor so is often heated in bacon grease. Or it is dried and coarsely ground into grits. This is a more
Southern dish. It is served like potatoes or cereal for breakfast (It is always cooked after grinding.) I have never learned to tolerate grits.
orinoco
Nov 27, 2017
Oh but I miss canned hominy, fried up with bacon and chopped onion!! They say patriotism is memories of what you ate as a child. Ham and hominy--gimme some!
Coravee
Nov 30, 2017
Now hominy I like, especially with bacon and onion! We didn't have it often, but it was good.
retirenow14
Nov 27, 2017
When I was a child in the 50's, this kind of corn was called Indian Corn. Did the Native Americans use this corn as a ground food product?
JAMP124
Nov 26, 2017
A challenge, but fun.
sharondarlene
Nov 25, 2017
FUN! Fun! Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Eveningstar
Nov 25, 2017
Lovely! That was fun!
KwkClkrSwkr68
Nov 24, 2017
It was a difficult puzzle with the variety of corn colors, but I still finished it, anyway. Hope the team has enjoyed their Thanksgiving!!!!
orinoco
Nov 22, 2017
I enjoyed this one! I remember in the 60s our elementary teachers always had dried Indian corn to decorate the classroom at this time of year...now of course blue corn etc is all the go in gourmet circles!
pixipixil
Nov 22, 2017
I can't eat it any more but I love seeing it growing in the fields, even when the stalks have turned golden.
dbnc2
Nov 23, 2017
Corn is one of my favorite things
creamed don't like it on the cob
puzzlelover20
Nov 22, 2017
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Please be safe! May everyone see what all they are thankful for! Hugs for you all! :-)
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