I am going to turn into an ear of Silver Queen Corn.
Last Thursday, on our way to World Golf Village, we found a great in-the-sticks produce stand in Hastings, Florida. You know how I love a good produce stand...
Well, their specialty, grown in the back 40 acres, was Silver Queen Corn. Now, I don't know if you know Silver Queen, but it is the ultra sweet, pearly white corn that makes its annual debut (around here, at least) in early to mid June.
I used to go to a farm in Eatonton every year and buy 100 ears, and I'd put the corn up in the freezer as whole ears or creamed corn. I miss that, and I sure did enjoy the ears we bought.
We have had corn four times over the last six days, and now, sadly, we're out of corn.
But it sure was good! This stand also had great tomatoes, green beans, and fresh local blueberries.
Be on the lookout for some fresh Silver Queen at your local produce stand. It might cost a little more, but it is worth it.
Delicious! Delicious! Delicious!
Much corny crunchy love,