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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/03 09:24:45 (permalink)
Sorry Jim, the roasted, or toasted, Bay Corn stands are mostly in areas where migratory workers flourish. South Texas and southern Calafornia are good places to find them. Be sure they have some fresh melted butter for dipping. You can roast them at home w/ a small Hibachi Grill. I like a dash of good hot sauce mixed w/ the melted butter. Use more hot sauce (Frank's) and you have a Buffalo Bay Corn dip. Use Lousiana Hot sauce and you have a Cajun Bay Corn dip. Cook the corn in that stuff and you have Buffalo, or Cajun, Bay Corn. I like the roasted and dipped version best. The ways to make Bay Corn are almost endless! Just don't try to take it off the cobb.. :~)

For those who have not tried the Reese brand Bay corn, it is twice the size of the cheeper kind, yet the cobb is still just as tender. It is by far my favorite.

NYNM, daaa, I remember now about the kangaroo corn! That may be how the first growers got the idea for Bay Corn? But, what's in the recipe section? The other Bay corn thread? Oh, fame is a fleeting thing!
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/03 09:33:27 (permalink)
I prefer my Bay Corn either as a side with fried eggs or on a burger. Nothing beats a Bay Corn Cheeseburger.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/03 10:05:24 (permalink)
Mom, I have had a Bay Corn Dog but never a bay Corn Burger. Neat idea! Do you split the bay Corn in half lengthwise or make tiny slices?
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/03 11:35:38 (permalink)
Either way. It's a matter of personal preference.

I like mine fried crisp, but some people prefer it more rubbery.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/07 06:51:58 (permalink)
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NYNM, daaa, I remember now about the kangaroo corn! That may be how the first growers got the idea for Bay Corn? But, what's in the recipe section? The other Bay corn thread? Oh, fame is a fleeting thing!
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Now did we get this one?:

http://www.pechsiam.com/canned_babycorn.htm

It clearly says: "Whole bay Corn are a superb addition to Salads, Stir-Frys, Stews and Cocktails, or simply hot with butter."

I personally like the bay corn in my martinis. And I do add a bit of butter....



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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/07 11:25:14 (permalink)
Yep NYNM, I saw that one. I have read the first 12, of the 235 Google pages for "bay corn". There are houndreds of recipes. And it is a popular restaurant menu item.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/09 20:00:10 (permalink)
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Yep NYNM, I saw that one. I have read the first 12, of the 235 Google pages for "bay corn". There are houndreds of recipes. And it is a popular restaurant menu item.
Joe


Hey PJ, I noticed you were the last post in the thread!! (O no let's not start that again
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/09 20:15:28 (permalink)
Can you put that bay corn on a good pizza???Sounds great...saw a recipe like that on a Yahoo sight!
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/04/26 20:54:30 (permalink)
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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!


I dont think its even planted here in the Myrtle Beach area yet.
There are tons of fields all around me and havent seen anything yet.
Which surpises me... huh......
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/05/04 12:26:18 (permalink)
Sad but there are no major U.S. Bay Corn growers. I have looked at every can and jar I could find. It is all from outside the U.S..

Hmmm, has anyone ever seen Bay Corn actually growing?
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/05/23 22:21:10 (permalink)
Here is lots of lovely Bay Corn for you all to feast your eyes upon. These fine specimens were up for sale at a small grocery store in Peterhead, Scotland. They were grown in Egypt according to their packaging
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/05/24 12:13:24 (permalink)
What a find Mom! Fresh Bay Corn is a rare treat and hard to come by in the U.S..
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/05/25 13:41:02 (permalink)
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What a find Mom! Fresh Bay Corn is a rare treat and hard to come by in the U.S..
Joe

Alas Papa... Those were photographed In Scotland...
(read right above the pics from "mom")


Still elusive in the US though...........



Glad to see this bumped.. It is a funny thread..
Here is our little adopted "Roo" Bay corn again...

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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/05/25 14:12:57 (permalink)
Roossy, I think all Bay Corn is grown like in your picture.

I knew Mom's corn was from Scotland. I kinda sounded like I didn't though.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/05/26 12:01:27 (permalink)
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Roossy, I think all Bay Corn is grown like in your picture.

I knew Mom's corn was from Scotland. I kinda sounded like I didn't though.
Joe



LMAO..Papa U so funny!
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/12/30 14:09:23 (permalink)
What happened to Roossy's  "Roo" corn picture. And... thanks Roossy! This thread always gives me a smile. :~)
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/12/30 14:51:55 (permalink)
PapaJoe, I think I am going to sell my company and become a Bay Popcorn street vendor.  I just found the right piece of equipment.
 

Dual Bay Popcorn Warmer & Server
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Add to My Shopping Cart
 
http://www.kanokorn.com/PopcornAccess.asp
 
I think there are millions to be made!
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/12/30 19:01:41 (permalink)
 Wow, just what I wanted for Xmas!! I'M SAVIN' UP FOR DEC. 09!!!

(Tho if my NY resolution is to lose wait, I'll pass on the butter. Maybe a little NM chile on my bay (pop) (mom) corn.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/12/30 19:03:20 (permalink)
 Oh, and dual bay? Chesapeake/San Francisco. (oh, sorry, that's so corn..........................y)
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/12/31 12:36:26 (permalink)
Joe, I'll chime in w/ NYNM, wow... neat find! I'm savin up for that warmer also.

NYNM, I think we are still waiting for your Green Chile Bay Corn recipe. :~)
Joe
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/12/31 14:41:51 (permalink)
Down here in the Chesapeake area, we have a lot of Bay Corn that has a sweet-ish flavor. Probably the influence of Southern Cooking.  I grew up on Cape Cod and the corn that was grown near the bay there had more of a fishy taste.  Do you think that might have something to do with the Indians showing the Pilgrims how to plant a hill of corn with a dead herring for fertilizer?
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/12/31 15:03:13 (permalink)
Brilliant Fried One! That may be the greatest historical discovery since I proposed, back in the 60's, that birds were just feathered dinos.

Oh, and yes, Chesapeak Bay Corn may be the most famous Bay Corn of all.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/12/31 16:18:55 (permalink)
PapaJoe........remind me to post a great recipe I found for rotisserie Stegosaurus.  Since it's rotisserie style, stuffing with Bay corn is not a good alternative
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/12/31 16:34:55 (permalink)
Ok Fried One... your reminded. Might be a good new thread. You start it and I promise to post some REAL NY roadfood there.
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2009/12/28 22:20:46 (permalink)
Joerogo, any news on your street vendor project? Oh. maybe you posted that in the Pro section? I do think those tiny kernels will be a great seller.
Joe
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RE: Bay corn revisied 2009/12/29 07:15:41 (permalink)
Here is a Corn Haiku with a story and dance. It reminds me of my walks through the Bay Corn Fields of South Detroit as a young Man. I lost my Virginity in a Bay Corn Field.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OhHqlWGRVQ

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Re:Bay corn revisied 2012/12/29 14:24:54 (permalink)
Alas, I have been informed today that the 2013 crop of Bay corn will be "underwhelming".  It seems the main crop was sown underneath the fiscal cliff.  When that whole cliff collapses, there will not be much Bay corn to share.  On the good front, supplies of denatured spirits will be in plentiful supply to hell drown your sorrows.
 
May you all Have a Happy, if not prosperous, New Year!
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Re:Bay corn revisied 2012/12/29 14:25:53 (permalink)
The typo was unintentional, but seems apt
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