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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/12 21:49:59 (permalink)
Oh NYNM, Amy's, "fabulous food in a relaxed setting" and Bay Corn chips, wow!

Anyone been to Bay Corn Island, Nicaragua? It's a real place.... maybe? Bay Corn must be the main crop there.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/13 13:49:50 (permalink)


Look what I found!
Someone else uses bay corn in their stir fry!
STIR FRIED VEGETABLES

In a small bowl, mix the first 5 ingredients together and set aside.

Heat large skillet or wok over high heat; add olive oil. Stir fry onion rings, bok choy, and garlic in hot oil for 1-2 minutes. Remove from wok. Set aside.

Place mushrooms, bamboo shots, bay corn, and water chestnuts in th ewok or skillet. Stir-fry for about 2 minutes. Add the soy mixture and cook until bubbly, stirring frequently. Add broccoli and red pepper, cover and cook for 3 minutes or until broccoli is crisp-tender. Stir in onion, bok choy and garlic and serve. Yield: 6 servings.



http://www.mariquita.com/recipes/bok%20choy.html

I also see that they use an ewok..... LOL
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/13 13:54:18 (permalink)
I like Old Bay on Bay Corn....Russ
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/13 13:58:16 (permalink)
Do I forsee a Roadfood Haiku brewing here?
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/13 14:50:57 (permalink)
Folks: We love the attention but please do not confuse bay corn with baby corn (Reece's or otherwise) because, be aware that Bay Corn is now an official RF Original (perhaps soon to be trademarked) and is much more versatile (as we see) than mere midget corn.

Remember, Bay Corn is Food of the Imagination, available anywhre, anytime and in any style. So, eat up!!
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/13 14:55:16 (permalink)
OLD BAY ON BAY CORN
IT'S DELICIOUS DONT YOU KNOW?
DO IT, I SAID SO!



FOR YOU ROSSY...RUSS

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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/13 16:39:04 (permalink)
Awww...... dat's so nice......
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/13 16:54:35 (permalink)
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Originally posted by NYNM

Is anyone out there craving bay corn??

The few times I have had bay corn I wasn't thrilled at all about the taste. I've had it in Chinese food and from seeing Roossy90's pic I recalled trying it from salad bars. Not a fan here.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/13 16:58:40 (permalink)
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Oh NYNM, Amy's, "fabulous food in a relaxed setting" and Bay Corn chips, wow!

Anyone been to Bay Corn Island, Nicaragua? It's a real place.... maybe? Bay Corn must be the main crop there.
Joe

PapaJoe8, the story I heard was that Bay Corn Island was named after it's founder Cornelius Bay, who had a dislexic secretary.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/13 18:46:30 (permalink)
Nice finds Roossy! You have got tha spirit now. Info about the unique way Bay Corn is grown can be found here at Roadfood.

Old Bay on Bay Corn, of coarse Russ. So simple yet......

Frank, thanks for that interesting history.

Oh from Havana Joe's.... One fesh lump crab meat, pan searen served atop Florida Bay Corn sauce.

NYNM, that reminds me of the Twilight Zone intro.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/13 19:03:25 (permalink)
I think we all are having a trippy flashback!

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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/13 21:24:35 (permalink)
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Originally posted by roossy90

I think we all are having a trippy flashback!




And I KNOW they grow Bay Corn on their organic farm near 'Frisco (Right next to the "weeds"....)
(if you're going, be sure to wear flowers in your hair...!!!)


OH, BTW, grrreat haiku there, Russ!

Luv & Peace, NYNM
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/19 12:04:07 (permalink)
Ok, Super Bowl parties coming up. Along w/ my famous guacamole, made w/ Mexican Ro-Tel and chopped onions, I am going to come up w/ a recipe for...

Green "Bay Corn"
I am thinking of cooking it in Salsa Verde sauce, and served w/ Tostitos Scoops. Any other ideas yall?

Oh, NYNM, for my peanut Bay Corn recipe, I am thinking of using my Reeses Bay Corn, along w/ some Reeses Peanut Butter Scoops, and some kind (not sure what kind) of spicy oriental seasoning.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/19 13:57:46 (permalink)
Baby Corn...




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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/19 14:23:37 (permalink)
Roossy, that baby corn is way too cute to cook! I'll stick w/ Bay Corn.

Come to find out, many other cooking, and food related, web sites have recipes for Bay corn. I think one at Cooks.com came up on about P. 10 of my last Google.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/20 13:43:57 (permalink)
oo-ee. Now if that baby comes from Green Bay, SF, Chesapeake, etc, we're in shape. And love the kangaroo corn!
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/21 17:39:24 (permalink)
Didn't Tom Hanks eat that like a real ear of corn in BIG the movie.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/21 18:11:19 (permalink)
Mike, yep, I had forgoten about that. It was when he asked Elizabeth Perkins to join him for dinner. Now I gotta watch that movie again! Netflix has it I bet.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/03/11 19:24:36 (permalink)
This came up on other threads. My fault maybe???

Mike, it's on my net flix list!

Oh, NMYM, what is kangaroo corn?

Buffalo Bay Corn is my next recipe invention. I'm trying to fallow in my Pawpaw's footsteps. He invinted Frito Chili Pie, maybe???
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/03/12 01:22:58 (permalink)
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Originally posted by PapaJoe8

This came up on other threads. My fault maybe???

Mike, it's on my net flix list!

Oh, NMYM, what is kangaroo corn?

Buffalo Bay Corn is my next recipe invention. I'm trying to fallow in my Pawpaw's footsteps. He invinted Frito Chili Pie, maybe???
Joe


FYI: Roossy 90 has published an excellent example of kangaroo corn, SEE ABOVE.

Now, as to Chili (Chile) Pie, I'll tell you the secret ingredient....Fritos are made with CORN chips, no?

Get it?
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/03/12 05:44:31 (permalink)
Sure and it's the season for wearin of the green and hearty helpings of Bay corn ed beef. Pat was lying on his death bed ;Mary was in the kitchen. Himself say's " Mary what are you doin in the kitchen" Mary says " finnishin up the Bay corned beef" Pat asks "Could I haved a wee slice Mary?" Mary answers" I'd love to Pat but I'm savin it for the wake"!
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/03/12 10:33:42 (permalink)
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Sure and it's the season for wearin of the green and hearty helpings of Bay corn ed beef. Pat was lying on his death bed ;Mary was in the kitchen. Himself say's " Mary what are you doin in the kitchen" Mary says " finnishin up the Bay corned beef" Pat asks "Could I haved a wee slice Mary?" Mary answers" I'd love to Pat but I'm savin it for the wake"!

Thanks for the joke! Check out the Recipe section.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/03/12 15:44:52 (permalink)
NYNM Daaa, now I get it! Bay Corn Chili Pie! That might be great! Or, would we need to talk Frito Lay into making corn chips using bay corn??? I think I will just try some chili over Bay Corn, or Cay Corn in some chili? When I get the recipes perfected I will post in the Bay Corn thread at the recipe section.

May favorite brand, twice the lenght of the more familliar baby corn, is Reese, distributed by World Finer Foods, Bloomfield, NJ. No weird ingredients, just bay corn, water, and salt. No MSG! Worldfiner.com is their web site.

Oh, and it says "eat the cob and all!" right on the can! And no, they do not make peanut butter cups! But a good recipe for a spicy oriental peanut sauce, for use on Bay Corn, would be appreciated.

And oh, there is a good sounding stir fry recipe on the back of the Reese can.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/01 18:51:32 (permalink)
Great video about Bay Corn on Rick Rolls...Russ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yu_moia-oVI

Make sure you read the comments...Russ

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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/02 11:57:58 (permalink)
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Great video about Bay Corn on Rick Rolls...Russ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yu_moia-oVI

Make sure you read the comments...Russ




Saw the video

Hate to say this: I Don't Get IT!!!! and I don't feel like reading 43291 comments...so, what's the (fabulous) Bay Corn part??
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/02 12:13:21 (permalink)
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quote:
Originally posted by Russ Jackson

Great video about Bay Corn on Rick Rolls...Russ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yu_moia-oVI

Make sure you read the comments...Russ




Saw the video

Hate to say this: I Don't Get IT!!!! and I don't feel like reading 43291 comments...so, what's the (fabulous) Bay Corn part??


Just an April Fools Joke going around the net yesterday.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_it_mean_to_be_Rickrolled

...Russ
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/02 13:42:24 (permalink)
NYNM, I still do not get the "kangeroo corn" thing#$&* And, whats in the recipe section?

Russ, I will watch that video when I have time to let my old PC download it. Like NYNM said, what's the Bay Corn connection?

Still no spicy peanut sauce recipe?

There are now houndreds of Bay Corn recipes floating around the net, thanks to NYNM. Just Google if you do not beleive. :~)
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/02 20:28:26 (permalink)
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NYNM, I still do not get the "kangeroo corn" thing#$&* And, whats in the recipe section?


There are now houndreds of Bay Corn recipes floating around the net, thanks to NYNM. Just Google if you do not beleive. :~)
Joe


1. Kanga Korn is a reference to Roossy's photo of the ba(b)y corn stuck on/in the larger corn above on this thread. Just looked like a tiny kangaroo (corn) in the kangaroo pouch to me. (I do like to free associate).

2. I'm amazed that an innocent typo had coused my 15 min. of fame. (and internet immortality!)

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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/02 21:00:25 (permalink)
NYNM, just goes to show.(*&^%$#@)

Bay Corn lives!!!!



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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/03 08:27:32 (permalink)
PapaJoe - My wife and I will be traveling from Florida to North Carolina the last week of April and we'll be on Route 441 through most of Georgia. I was wondering if you know if we can expect to see Bay Corn stands all along the roadside or will it be too early in the year? Thanks!
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