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2007/12/06 16:16:58 (permalink)

Bay corn revisied

Is anyone out there craving bay corn??
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    rouxdog
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/06 19:12:18 (permalink)
    Pardon me my partime New Mex. compadre. What the hell is bay corn??????
    Confused in Carrizozo,
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/08 18:11:50 (permalink)
    You know NYNM I was thinking about Bay Corn the other day.

    PapaJoe8 needs to be here for this conversation, he adores Bay Corn.
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/09 12:17:33 (permalink)
    CajunKing "spilled the beans" via e-mail. I plan to purchase Bay Corn when I get provisions tomorrow.
    I'm thinking Bay Corn will go well w/ butter sauteed diced onion, garlic, jalapeno, Chimayo red,pinch of salt, pepper and sugar.
    NYNM, you are a very bad girl!
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/09 12:49:54 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by rouxdog

    CajunKing "spilled the beans" via e-mail. I plan to purchase Bay Corn when I get provisions tomorrow.
    I'm thinking Bay Corn will go well w/ butter sauteed diced onion, garlic, jalapeno, Chimayo red,pinch of salt, pepper and sugar.
    NYNM, you are a very bad girl!


    How about letting the rest of us in on the mystery???

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/09 13:17:07 (permalink)
    Sundancer, I'm not worthy. You should beg CK or NYNM, they're the experts.
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/09 13:42:50 (permalink)
    Oh for crap's sake, we're all adults. Spill it.
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/09 14:03:51 (permalink)
    Cap,
    You'll need to beg, I did. Now I know.
    I don't know if I'm an adult or not, but I do on Medicare 1/1/08.
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/09 19:33:30 (permalink)
    oo-eee! I'm so glad some of my compadres are into bay corn too.
    Now for the uninitiated, bay corn was discovered in 2006 by a RF typo for baby corn, but it caught on here on RF as a gourmet treat. I'm am pleased that some of you are havin a hankerin for it
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/11 15:40:12 (permalink)
    Hey it is almost New Year's Eve !!!

    Remember to stock up for that NEW Roadfood Tradition

    Bay Corn on New Years and you will eat great Roadfood the rest of the year!

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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/12 11:53:24 (permalink)
    Here Here!! I second that!! Dump the herring and bring on the bay corn!

    (Cheaspeake Bay, San Francisco Bay, Green Bay, what ever..)

    What about the New Year's Bay Bowl???
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/12 19:04:47 (permalink)
    Stocked up today. On sale at Walmart.
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2007/12/17 14:40:19 (permalink)
    For those who need more info on Bay Corn just do a google for "bay corn", lots of info and recipes! 637 hits including many posts here at Roadfood.
    Joe
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/05 23:56:17 (permalink)
    Boy, I'm all confused. First, is the topic supposed to read "revisited", or "revised"? Then, are we talking about that freaky stuff that Asians like? The little midget ears? That comes in cans? I have a natural aversion to those things, they frighten me.
    I'll put up a new post about corn in a minute. All kinds.
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/06 10:11:42 (permalink)
    "Naturally succulent and tasty, Whole bay Corn are a superb addition to Salads, Stir-Frys, Stews and Cocktails, or simply hot with butter."

    I couldn't have said it better myself!
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/06 11:32:19 (permalink)
    Thanks for the quote Don!

    I just bought a fresh can yesterday. I'm thinking about cooking it "Buffalo Style" w' butter and hot sauce, as a side dish for ??? hmmm, haven't decided.

    Anyone else have some recipes? And what brands are best?

    Oh, I hear Chesapeake "Bay Corn" chowder is real popular up north.
    Joe

    CK, and oh, it's weird how thoughts of Bay Corn just stick in your brain.
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/10 17:39:34 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by salindgren

    Boy, I'm all confused. First, is the topic supposed to read "revisited", or "revised"? Then, are we talking about that freaky stuff that Asians like? The little midget ears? That comes in cans? I have a natural aversion to those things, they frighten me.
    I'll put up a new post about corn in a minute. All kinds.
    -Scott Lindgren scottlindgren@netzero.net


    Good questions!!!!

    Well, "revised" is a typo for revisited; and as to the nature of bay corn, I would put it in the category of "Fantasy Food"
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/11 12:16:57 (permalink)
    CK,I love that spelling for this thread! I thought you did it on purpose.

    Now for the best brands and recipes. My can says... Reese. I know, I know, fresh is better, but I can't find fresh in my neighborhood.
    Joe
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/11 12:33:47 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by PapaJoe8

    CK,I love that spelling for this thread! I thought you did it on purpose.

    Now for the best brands and recipes. My can says... Reese. I know, I know, fresh is better, but I can't find fresh in my neighborhood.
    Joe


    Thanks Joe. Well I guess you're not living on the coast. Anyway, canned will do.
    Help me out with the Reese part - did you make that recipe for Bay Corn and Peanut Butter?
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/11 13:49:40 (permalink)
    CK, Reese is the name on my can. And nope, I live just east of Dallas, but... on the coast of Lake Tawakoni.

    Nop, I have not opened my can yet, so no PB recipe as of now.

    Something new... Bay Corn Chips, just Google it!
    Joe
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/11 18:16:28 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by PapaJoe8

    CK, Reese is the name on my can. And nope, I live just east of Dallas, but... on the coast of Lake Tawakoni.

    Nop, I have not opened my can yet, so no PB recipe as of now.

    Something new... Bay Corn Chips, just Google it!
    Joe


    Sounds good! Looks like they serve it at Amy's On The Bay in Port Orchard Washington, a sort of signatue dish. Yum.

    www.amysonthebay.com/lunch.
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/11 18:17:34 (permalink)

    www.amysonthebay.com/lunch.



    Sorry:

    www.amysonthebay.com


    maybe
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/11 18:19:14 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by NYNM


    www.amysonthebay.com/lunch.



    Sorry:

    www.amysonthebay.com


    maybe



    Yes, Joe, open the link then click on "lunch" on the side bar. A large bowl of bay corn chips.
    See you there!
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/11 19:11:30 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by NYNM
    (Cheaspeake Bay, San Francisco Bay, Green Bay, what ever..)


    Dearfolk,
    What about Carolina Half-Moon Bays? How about The Baying Of The Baskerville Hound? How about Turhan Bey? (Okay, so I stretch it a bit. It was bayginning to get mundane.)
    To Bay Or Not To Bay, Ort. Carlton in Scoobay-Doobay-Doo Athens, Georgia.
    P. S. Does this have anything to do with eddies?... such as Nelson Eddy, Duane Eddy, or Upper Pond Eddy???
    P. P. S. Shoals good to be back punning again. -- Now bring on that bay corn! Sounds like a gooood appetizer for a bowl o' chowder!
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/11 19:15:29 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by PapaJoe8
    Oh, I hear Chesapeake "Bay Corn" chowder is real popular up north. Joe


    Joe,
    Dadgummit, you stole my thunder. -- See my multi-punular post down below here someplace... careful, it might be hot way down there.
    Wishing I Were Fanning The Springs Of Fanning Springs Boing Boing, Ort. Carlton in Athens-On-The-Oconee, Georgia.
    P. S. Somehow I feel ultra-punny tonight.
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/11 19:21:55 (permalink)
    Dearfolk,
    Funny thing is, I recently noticed on the "appetizers" section of a restaurant menu that they had Baby Corn. Should I call this typo to their attention?
    In Utterly Small Amaizement, Ort. Carlton in Cornucopic Athens, Georgia.
    P. S. I can't help but hope that no Mama Corn are out there crying because they miss their babies... aw shucks, would that be a mess in a restaurant kitchen... professionals, take note.
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/12 19:41:06 (permalink)
    I dont wanna google for BAY CORN..
    I want someone to tell me what it is.
    I am tired of googling...

    I still dont know, and am on strike for googling.
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/12 19:58:26 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by NYNM

    oo-eee! I'm so glad some of my compadres are into bay corn too.
    Now for the uninitiated, bay corn was discovered in 2006 by a RF typo for baby corn, but it caught on here on RF as a gourmet treat. I'm am pleased that some of you are havin a hankerin for it


    Tara - Here's your definition
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/12 20:09:32 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by CajunKing

    quote:
    Originally posted by NYNM

    oo-eee! I'm so glad some of my compadres are into bay corn too.
    Now for the uninitiated, bay corn was discovered in 2006 by a RF typo for baby corn, but it caught on here on RF as a gourmet treat. I'm am pleased that some of you are havin a hankerin for it


    Tara - Here's your definition


    NO no no...........
    Tee hee.....
    Gotcha.....
    Bad Tara....
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    RE: Bay corn revisied 2008/01/12 21:35:53 (permalink)
    Roossy, the origional thread by NYNM comes up 1st on a google for "bay corn". You gotta use the quotes for that to happen., worth a read and a smile. Whats weird is there is allot of bay corn stuff at Google. I guess you could also use the search here at Roadfood but that could be hit or miss.

    Ort, never thought about the Mama corns, how sad...
    Jo
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