Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Gone in 60 seconds.

 Gone in 60 seconds. The highlight of my veggie growing summer.

13 comments:

bookworm said...

Oh, you are so lucky to be in summer. It will be months before I can eat local sweet corn again where I live in the northern United States...I hope the corn was as good as it looked.

Stewart said...

It was very yummy thank you and plenty more to come too.

Missy said...

There's nothing can beet sweet corn fresh from the garden, is there?
We went off on holidays and I had to leave most of mine for my son to eat. He tells me they were delicious & none were wasted but they were all gone when we got home.
Thinking I might try a for a second crop. Maybe too late. What do you think?

Stewart said...

Hi Missy, sorry to hear you missed out on your sweet corn. But you have heaps of time to plant where you are. You could plant seedlings now and get a head start and in a few weeks plant seed. That way you could get two crops. twice the fun.

Stacy Drury said...

oh that brings back tasty memories of the past summer freshly picked and cook on the plot! cant beat it.
happy new year

Stewart said...

Happy new year for you too Stacy

Ramsey said...

So much Stewart for the "slow life" gone in 60 seconds ehh? I agree completely though, there is nothing like eating hot fresh sweet corn straight out of the garden. (Perhaps fresh spuds are an equal pleasure). Well done.

Rosey said...

You really need to watch Nacho Libre.
It has some great "corny" scenes.

I bet that corn was sweet as can be!

Stewart said...

That's the only way, Olive ;)

link building said...

This is nice pic in this highlight of veggie.

erotik dvd said...

This is make to veggie in 60 seconds .veggie grow in summer time .

Wild Honey Photography said...

Questions for you -
1. How do you know when to pick it?
2. How long do you cook it for?
3. I thought I had another question but I can't think of it now.

PS. Great pic!

Stewart said...

See the photo below and notice how the silky hairs that come out the top of the cob have turned brown that's when you pick it. Cooking for me is 5 to 7 minutes in unsalted boiling water. Serve hot with butter and salt.