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I will Toad. . . Right now I'm having air popped corn.  Smile
 
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Originally posted by M I X E Y M I X E Y wrote:

LOL Geno !!!

I tried this thing last night... It doesn't work. Maybe I did something wrong.


Possibly I had too many clothes on. LOL


Mixey



*LOL*
Mixey, You are probably right about the "possibly too many clothes on" fashion statement element part of this thing,
or possibly...
It requires that Your bra strap and bra be hanging out from the back and top of your tank top
see illustration...

- Illustration B -

much much more to help the corn cob "thaw out" after freezing the poor thing.
Or try the whole process "naked" next time, and be sure to let us know if it works any better!
(all in the name of science, of course!)
*lol*
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I will never look at corncobs the same way.
 
Pop this.
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LOL
 
I just showed this to my mommy LOL
 
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Tank You.
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Gene_Leone_Mix Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 14 2007 at 12:07pm

Ah yes...
The Beauty of America

Corn Fields
and
Amber Waves of...

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whatever these are.


(Don't Ya just want these growing on Yer front lawn?)

Clearly, we need a bigger microwave oven.
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           If you read my method for making fried corn, the part
of the process that takes concentration and time is where you
 stand the cob up and just cut off the very tips of the kernels.
    
I have figured out a way to do this that is very easy !!!
 Instead of using a super sharp knife, use a old style potato
peeler. If you scrape the peeler against the cob like you were
peeling a potato, it will remove just the tips of the kernels
without going through all the trouble of just using a knife.
     
I am so proud of thinking this shortcut idea up, I am
going to celebrate by making some fried corn as soon as possible.
    If anyone reading this likes the great flavor of fresh corn
on the cob, please try this. It is guaranteed to please, and you
will be delighted you gave it a shot ! Pig Pig out !!!!!
 
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