I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already

Post
2011/04/19 17:53:12
Have been for about 2 weeks, it's as good as summer corn, and thru the roof expensive, anyone else buying it?
pnwchef
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/19 18:06:10
If we all had your money we would be eating Corn on the cobb to. Thanks for rubbing it is................
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/19 18:28:09
There's a law somewhere making it illegal to eat corn on the cob prior to late July.
felix4067
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/19 18:35:49
Michael Hoffman

There's a law somewhere making it illegal to eat corn on the cob prior to late July.

Exactly. The plants are supposed to be knee-high by the fourth of July.
 
Not that there isn't corn on the cob available in grocery stores here, but I shudder to think where it comes from.
the ancient mariner
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/19 19:02:21
In late July, in Oklahoma,  
THE CORN IS AS HIGH AS AN ELEPHANT'S EYE !!!!
 
 
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/19 19:10:18
And I just happen to have an elephant in my yard that is used to measure.
Curbside Grill
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/19 22:43:48
CTF     getting S. FL yellow corn. Then Zellwood.  
 Our local corn comes in middle to Late June. Season will be in full swing by July 4th
agnesrob
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/20 07:27:11
I'm just starting to see it in the stores too. I resist the urge to buy it until I can get summer corn.
WarToad
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/20 11:32:26
Got fresh corn turing up here too in Northern North Dakota. (And yes, we still have full snow cover)  Was 80 cents a cob, now 50 cents a cob.  It's... ok.  A far cry from fresh summertime out of your own garden corn, but after a long cold winter it teases for what's to come.
 
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/20 11:38:46
I swear this corn is mid Summer good, I need to ask where my veggi supplier, Avery Clark Produce, in Frederick, is getting it.
pnwchef
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/20 12:16:30
It looks like the corn is popping up ever where...........
tmiles
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/20 12:16:53
I grow about a half acre......I grew a lot more when I did it full time. I have not even planted yet. At one time I'd have planted 3 or 4 times by now. The early corn is expensive to grow, but folks were willing to pay top $$$ for the first early, local corn. Today, the shipped in corn is so good, that people are no longer willing to pay $6 or $7 a dozen for mine. I now sell cheaper corn starting 3 weeks later. I get $5 a dozen at farmers markets and don't do big volume. I think mine, and that of the other local farmers is better, but a lot of the public doesn't care.
 
I buy the supermarket corn myself this time of year, when it looks nice. Locally it is going for about 50 cents an ear, and will be far less in a month.
 
Supersweet corn keeps fine, under refrigeration, for 5 or 6 days, and is edible for another week, so a 24 to 36 hour transport time is no problem.
 
The best old time sweet corn grower that I knew, the late Vic Salo, wouldn't sell corn over 4 hours old. I got my corn growing merit badge from him. As a kid I fed his leftovers to my cows. I wonder what he would have thought of the new long keeping supersweets.
WarToad
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/20 12:24:24
Tmiles - Have you ever been to Mexico and had the corn there?  It's not sweetcorn, not nearly as sweet as what Americans like up here, but it has a much more rustic corn flavor.  I really like it.  Would you know it's name since you're a long time corn grower?
Foodbme
Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 04:17:09
We're getting Sweet Corn from California and it is very good. Best price I've seen so far is 5 for $1.00
Better than the corn from Mexico.
tmiles
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 06:02:35
WarToad

Tmiles - Have you ever been to Mexico and had the corn there?  It's not sweetcorn, not nearly as sweet as what Americans like up here, but it has a much more rustic corn flavor.  I really like it.  Would you know it's name since you're a long time corn grower?

Most corn can be eaten on the cob when young. A lot of country folk my age and older remember eating "cow corn" in the tender milk stage. Most Mexican corn is a flour corn. Like our common cow corn, it can be picked early and eaten. It has a more corn like, less sweet flavor than modern sweet corn. One that has green kernels when mature "Oxaca" (sp?) is known to be especially good, although I have never had it myself. The best way to try the specialty stuff is to grow it yourself. Even if you don't have space, a lot of places have community garden plots available.  Corn without the supersweet gene does not keep or ship well, and has to be very fresh when you eat it. The corn that you had in Mexico was probably just hours from the field when you ate it.
post edited by tmiles - 2011/04/21 06:07:45
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 11:09:09
Maryland's Eastern Shore is known of course for it's wonderful Blue Crabs, whats overlooked is that it grows some of the finest produce  in the Country, not the least of which is early Sweert Corn, tough to top it!
WarToad
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 11:23:16
Thank you, Tmiles!  I have a little 40x20 garden.  Still have snow cover up here in northern ND and frozen earth, I doubt the ground will be warm enough to germinate anything until late May, maybe early June. so I still have time to hunt up some seeds.
ann peeples
Sirloin
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 12:35:39
I had some Florida corn recently, and it was God awful. Nothing like Wisconsin corn in late July/early August. I will wait.
Foodbme
Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 17:01:41
Try it, you'll like it!
Mexican Corn on the Cob (Elote)
Ingredients:
4 ears corn, shucked
1/4 cup melted butter
1/4 cup mayonnaise
¼ cup grated cotija cheese
4 wedges of lime
Directions:
Preheat an outdoor grill for medium-high heat.
Grill corn until hot and lightly charred all over, 7 to 10 minutes, depending on the temperature of the grill. Roll the ears in melted butter, and then spread evenly with mayonnaise. Sprinkle with cotija cheese and serve with a lime wedge.

 
post edited by Foodbme - 2011/04/21 17:05:04
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 17:08:24
Foodbme

Try it, you'll like it!
Mexican Corn on the Cob (Elote)
Ingredients:
4 ears corn, shucked
1/4 cup melted butter
1/4 cup mayonnaise
¼ cup grated cotija cheese
4 wedges of lime
Directions:
Preheat an outdoor grill for medium-high heat.
Grill corn until hot and lightly charred all over, 7 to 10 minutes, depending on the temperature of the grill. Roll the ears in melted butter, and then spread evenly with mayonnaise. Sprinkle with cotija cheese and serve with a lime wedge.

 


Never seen Cotija cheese, what's it like?

Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 17:24:34
When I was a kid there was a corn field next to the field where we played pickup baseball in the summer. After games we'd head into the field to (GASP) steal corn. It was plain old field corn, and I've alwys believed that the best tasting corn in the world is stolen field corn. It was young corn, and  and it was wonderful enough to eat right where we picked it. No cooking. Just picked, shucked and chewed.
 
And in case anyone is thinking about it, the statute of limitations has run out on all my corn thievery. 
Foodbme
Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 17:27:20
chewingthefat

Foodbme

Try it, you'll like it!
Mexican Corn on the Cob (Elote)
Ingredients:
4 ears corn, shucked
1/4 cup melted butter
1/4 cup mayonnaise
¼ cup grated cotija cheese
4 wedges of lime
Directions:
Preheat an outdoor grill for medium-high heat.
Grill corn until hot and lightly charred all over, 7 to 10 minutes, depending on the temperature of the grill. Roll the ears in melted butter, and then spread evenly with mayonnaise. Sprinkle with cotija cheese and serve with a lime wedge. 

Never seen Cotija cheese, what's it like?

QUESO COTIJA
Sharp crumbly Goat cheese. “The Parmesan of Mexico”. Serve over Beans and Salads. You can grate it like you would Parmesan.
Here's a complete glossary of Mexican Cheeses:
MEXICAN CHEESE CHART 
FRESH CHEESES
QUESO BLANCO
Creamy – Enchilada stuffing
QUESO FRESCO
Like Feta – Crumbly, sprinkle over enchiladas & taquitos and appetizers, (Botanas)
QUESO PANELA (Also called queso de Canasta)
Soft Cheese – Snack, Appetizer cheese sometimes flavored
REQUESO
Loose Ricotta-like. Enchilada filling and cheese spreads
 
SOFT CHEESES
QUESO ANEJO
Aged version of fresco. Garnish over anything
QUESO OAXACA
A.K.A.  Quesillo. Most popular for Quesadillas
 
SEMI-SOFT CHEESES
QUESO ASADERO
Melting cheese. Use for Queso Fundido
QUESO CHIHUAHUA (Also Queso  Menonita)
Yellow- Makes queso Frito Fried cheese. Like Cheddar
QUESO JALAPENO
Snack cheese. Use in quesadillas
 SEMI-FIRM CHEESES
QUESO CRIOLLO
Yellow – Similar to Munster
OUESO MANCHEGO
Yellow – Good for melting or with fruit or crackers. Similar to Monterrey Jack
 
FIRM CHEESES
QUESO ANEJO ENCHILADO
Queso Anejo with a spicy red coating. Serve as a Condiment like a strong feta.
QUESO COTIJA
Sharp crumbly Goat cheese. “The Parmesan of Mexico”. Serve over Beans and Salads
QUESO MANCHEGO VIEJO
Aged hard cheese. Use over Nachos, Taco  Salads, appetizers called Botanas
 
 
pnwchef
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 19:15:34
chewingthefat

Foodbme

Try it, you'll like it!
Mexican Corn on the Cob (Elote)
Ingredients:
4 ears corn, shucked
1/4 cup melted butter
1/4 cup mayonnaise
¼ cup grated cotija cheese
4 wedges of lime
Directions:
Preheat an outdoor grill for medium-high heat.
Grill corn until hot and lightly charred all over, 7 to 10 minutes, depending on the temperature of the grill. Roll the ears in melted butter, and then spread evenly with mayonnaise. Sprinkle with cotija cheese and serve with a lime wedge.

 


Never seen Cotija cheese, what's it like?

Chewy, dry and salty.....use your favorite Feta cheese...................
Foodbme
Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 19:51:01
PNWCHEF

chewingthefat

Foodbme

Try it, you'll like it!
Mexican Corn on the Cob (Elote)
Ingredients:
4 ears corn, shucked
1/4 cup melted butter
1/4 cup mayonnaise
¼ cup grated cotija cheese
4 wedges of lime
Directions:
Preheat an outdoor grill for medium-high heat.
Grill corn until hot and lightly charred all over, 7 to 10 minutes, depending on the temperature of the grill. Roll the ears in melted butter, and then spread evenly with mayonnaise. Sprinkle with cotija cheese and serve with a lime wedge. 

Never seen Cotija cheese, what's it like?

Chewy, dry and salty.....use your favorite Feta cheese...................

It's supposed to be Dry, Salty & Chewy just like Parmesan.  What if you don't like Farta Cheese??   And you like Cotija Cheese? Farta doesn't stick to the corn like Cotija.
Like all cheeses, they come in different quality levels. http://www.gourmet-food.com/gourmet-cheese/cotija-cheese-102810.aspx
post edited by Foodbme - 2011/04/21 19:56:40
pnwchef
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 20:42:26
Foodbme

PNWCHEF

chewingthefat

Foodbme

Try it, you'll like it!
Mexican Corn on the Cob (Elote)
Ingredients:
4 ears corn, shucked
1/4 cup melted butter
1/4 cup mayonnaise
¼ cup grated cotija cheese
4 wedges of lime
Directions:
Preheat an outdoor grill for medium-high heat.
Grill corn until hot and lightly charred all over, 7 to 10 minutes, depending on the temperature of the grill. Roll the ears in melted butter, and then spread evenly with mayonnaise. Sprinkle with cotija cheese and serve with a lime wedge. 

Never seen Cotija cheese, what's it like?

Chewy, dry and salty.....use your favorite Feta cheese...................

It's supposed to be Dry, Salty & Chewy just like Parmesan.  What if you don't like Farta Cheese??   And you like Cotija Cheese? Farta doesn't stick to the corn like Cotija.
Like all cheeses, they come in different quality levels. http://www.gourmet-food.com/gourmet-cheese/cotija-cheese-102810.aspx



Chewy as in Chewingthefat
Hot Dog Empire
Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 21:09:08
How does everyone cook their corn? I soak it in water, with the husk on for about 15 minutes, wrap it in foil with a splash more water, then toss it on the grill and let it steam in the husk.
Soo tender,......
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 21:23:50
First I peel back the husk and pull off the silk. Then I roll the husk back in place and soak for about an hour. After that I put the corn on the grill over coals with soaked wood chips -- hickory, mostly. Beyond believe delicious.
felix4067
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 21:25:49
I started doing mine on the grill a couple of summers ago. Soak in water for a couple of hours and leave it in the husk. While grilling, spray every five minutes or so with a 2:1 mixture of your favourite red wine and water (I use burgundy, usually).
Hot Dog Empire
Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/21 21:56:34
O.K, stop! Now I want corn!! As happy as I was with my results, I cant wait to try the other ways that you do it, C'mon summer...........!
BelleReve
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/22 13:42:35
No way I'm buying it, at .89 an ear, which is better than a couple of weeks ago when it was 3 for $4.  And what is out there, looks like what my mother used to call "blisters" - whitish, and
skimpy(?)  Seems there's a small window when it's available and reasonable, and I think it's June-July.
   
pnwchef
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/22 14:02:56
Michael Hoffman

First I peel back the husk and pull off the silk. Then I roll the husk back in place and soak for about an hour. After that I put the corn on the grill over coals with soaked wood chips -- hickory, mostly. Beyond believe delicious.


I would not have expected any thing less from a qualified Chef as yourself.
the ancient mariner
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/22 14:03:41
 
WHEN the corn is as high as Michael's elephant's Eye
It is also over a cows head.
 
AND--when a cow gets loose in the corn field it can eat all it wants while hidden by the stalks.  Eating too much is not good for them, but they don't read the warnings and ----anyhow it is a devil of a job to find a cow in a few acres of 8'0" corn.
 
Michael, I found that it is always good, when stealing corn, to find a field where watermelon is growing also.  A  raw corn and watermelon diet is great for what ails ya'.  Something that Chewy might consider for his menu.  I gave up stealing corn when I couldn't outrun the farmer.
Foodbme
Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/22 14:09:56
We had a neighbor who raised terrific tomatoes. We used to "Borrow" some on nights when my buddy & I would sleep out in the back yard. Have salt shaker, will travel!
MetroplexJim
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/23 11:36:17
Here in Dallas we start getting fresh corn in late March.  The first corn I saw was 50 cents a skinny ear.  Now, late April it is plentiful, plump, very tasty, and 25 cents an ear.
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/23 11:59:35
PNWCHEF

Michael Hoffman

First I peel back the husk and pull off the silk. Then I roll the husk back in place and soak for about an hour. After that I put the corn on the grill over coals with soaked wood chips -- hickory, mostly. Beyond believe delicious.


I would not have expected any thing less from a qualified Chef as yourself.

I'm a qualified chef just as much as I'm a qualified neurosurgeon.
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/23 12:02:32
Ancient one, I was cured of watermelon lifting when at the age of 8 I got my butt peppered with rock salt. See, in tall corn they can't see you. Watermelons, on the other hand, stay close to the ground.
pnwchef
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/23 12:45:27
Michael, I remember some pretty good corn in Ct, back in the day when corn didn't have a real long "Sweet" life..................................
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/23 14:00:46
The best sweet corn I remember in Connecticut when I lived there was Bantam corn. Sweeter'n sugar.
the ancient mariner
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/23 14:13:35
Although I never experienced it, I understand ROCK SALT, applied by shotgun to the fanny,  stings like the devil.  ---But at 8 you didn't have much fanny to aim at. 
 
I always loved the autumn of the year----the bluefish were running, new potatoes, peachs, a hog was butchered-----and the TOMATOES and CORN.  There was nothing better than those fall feasts.
 
 
 
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/23 14:31:17
Stings is a good way to describe it. And I was able to experience that sensation several times duyring my growing-up years, mnost often in September and October when we'd wreak havoc among the nastier folks as a prelude to halloween.
Foodbme
Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/23 17:07:30
When I lived in Western PA, we used to get "Silver Queen" corn. It was the best!
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/23 17:09:46
Silver queen is common around here. You can't get it where you are? How about Olathe? That's a pretty good sweet corn, too.
 
Foodbme
Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/04/23 17:17:59
Michael Hoffman
Silver queen is common around here. You can't get it where you are? How about Olathe? That's a pretty good sweet corn, too.

No Silver Queen out here but we do get Olathe Corn about 2 weeks out of the year.
tmiles
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/05/02 20:00:51
Very nice shipped in corn is now about 25 to 35 cents an ear. I have not even planted yet.
Hot Dog Empire
Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/05/02 21:33:43
We have a supermarket chain here called "Big Y" and they are offering Corn @ 5/$2.50
 
Hardly a deal but not the highway robbery I was expecting from this corporate overpriced chain. I still didnt buy any....i am waiting for the local farmers market. Even if they are the same price, I would gladly pay to support a local struggling farmer.
tmiles
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/05/03 10:58:53
Hot Dog, maybe you can get some of mine. I am thinking of doing a couple of days at the NoHo market this summer. I have not applied yet, but I am making some changes. Some markets are getting too expensive to be at.
 
I'll be charging in the 50 cents an ear range.  
Hot Dog Empire
Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/05/03 11:36:06
tmiles

Hot Dog, maybe you can get some of mine. I am thinking of doing a couple of days at the NoHo market this summer. I have not applied yet, but I am making some changes. Some markets are getting too expensive to be at.

I'll be charging in the 50 cents an ear range.  

Absolutely! PM me when you have your dates set up please
phatphil
Double Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2011/05/04 21:01:34
here in loxahatchee florida ( palm beach ) we are seeing 4 for a dollar at the stores and 8 for a dollar at the local fruit and veggie stands, every time we get it it seems to be a diffrent corn, i remeber as a kid growing up on the illinois wisconsin border me and my friends raided the edge of a cornfield filling our trunk, that night we bbq'd up 20 ears with friends and found out what feed corn was all about lol
tmiles
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2012/07/18 10:35:04
Here in Massachusetts, it is a vintage year for sweet corn. The season started weeks early in the Connecticut River Valley. I had great corn on the 4th of July, that I bought the day before in Amherst. Great corn was also coming out of Deerfield, Hadley and other area towns.
 
My own Millbury, Massachusetts corn started this week. (We are one town outside of Worcester) If the electric fence continues to keep out deer, racoons, and people on ATVs, I expect to be selling my best crop ever through mid August. I charge 50 cents an ear or $5 a dozen, which is about average. Walmart is selling some fairly nice shipped in corn at 38 cents an ear, and I hear that organic folks are trying to get a buck an ear.
 
The new hybrids ship well, and keep under refrigeration for days, but you can't beat fresh, local, picked 4 hours ago, sweet corn.
 
Drought aside, I understand that irrigated midwest corn, grown for the local market, is superior this year too.
 
You should go out and get some!!!
post edited by tmiles - 2012/07/18 10:45:06
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2012/07/18 10:40:07
We have a very serious corn problem here. I am a lover of various white corn types -- Bantam being my all-time favorite. lleechef, on the other hand, will eat nothing but bi-color corn. This situation leads to dinnertime battles, which I always lose.
kland01s
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2012/07/18 11:19:55
We are in drought here and being in the middle of corn country, I doubt we will see any local. Farmers here do not irrigate but I have seen it being done downstate ( which is south of I-80 for us) Farms here planted early but just didn't get rain at the right time, the fields look terrible. 
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2012/07/18 11:51:31
We're getting local corn so some irrigation must be involved, but I won't be surprised if the season's shorter than usual.

MetroplexJim
Filet Mignon
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2012/07/18 12:22:18
chewingthefat

Maryland's Eastern Shore is known of course for it's wonderful Blue Crabs, whats overlooked is that it grows some of the finest produce  in the Country, not the least of which is early Sweert Corn, tough to top it!


From our many visits to Rehoboth, I agree heartily!  Silver Queen rules!
 
We've had good bi-color and white corn here in Texas since March.  Presently, it's 6 for a buck.
ann peeples
Sirloin
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2012/07/18 13:33:01
Mid Wisconsin  has awesome corn right now.They had rain.I had the best bi color at a family party on July 7th. Milwaukee area is seeing expensive, but less than average corn right now........
fishtaco
Double Cheeseburger
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2012/07/18 14:15:59
Was out and about around in the country near where I live yesterday. It is a sad sight indeed. 10s of thousands of acres of fields just turning brown and burning up. The soy beans still might make it if we get some rain, but the corn crop is gone.
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2012/07/18 14:38:34
Here in central Ohio we've what they term "moderate drought" conditions, but most of the corn is still looking good in the fields.
lleechef
Sirloin
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2012/07/18 15:04:04
We've been eating corn here for weeks and the bi-color has been absolutely delicious.  I hope this drought ends soon so that the season will continue into September.
Foodbme
Porterhouse
Re:I'm getting fresh corn on the cob already 2012/07/19 02:56:42
Got our first batch of Olathe Corn today from CO. It's a very good sweet corn.
Don't know where Olathe is in CO but they're having a festival up there.
http://www.olathesweetcornfest.com/
EDIT: Just found it! It's in a valley between the mountains just south of Grand Junction CO on US 50.
Looks like beautiful country!
post edited by Foodbme - 2012/07/19 03:01:44
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