Anybody in the South got ripe ones yet? I bought a big one from a stand yesterday, a good one. Asked the kid if it came from Georgia, he didn't know. I suspect it came from Mexico or Columbia or someplace.
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:angie":2f2naiw2 said:I am waiting for the local sweet corn to start on the side of the road ~ one of my very favorite things about summer!! :nod: Do you buy the ones with the seeds then (watermelon, not corn)?
Yes, the seedless are as good as the seeded ~ I was skeptical too at first.mnmtranching":22mm9d5r said:Angie, I buy the ones with seeds. I guess one of these times I should try a seedless. Are they as good as the seeded.
Fresh sweet corn is a great part of Summer I don't like the wilting stuff sold in stores. I have a large patch planted and is growing very good. Still 3-4 weeks away. Once ready we will have it everyday until it gets tough. I plant different maturities at spaced plantings to keep the tender stuff coming. Then freeze about a hundred pints.
Do you want a VERY GOOD method of freezing corn. Learned it from my old Aunt last year. Tried it and the corn froze the best I've ever had.
1982vett":wbw3qfsv said:Wonder what seedless corn would taste like
mnmtranching":wbw3qfsv said:Anybody in the South got ripe ones yet? I bought a big one from a stand yesterday, a good one. Asked the kid if it came from Georgia, he didn't know. I suspect it came from Mexico or Columbia or someplace.
angie":wbw3qfsv said:I do not want you to go through the work of typing out your recipe for me, I won't do it ~ but I am guessing someone would really appreciate it. It is just SO MUCH WORK!!!!
kenny thomas":i2bfjo3o said:If you have to plant a watermelon seed to get a watermelon plant what do you plant to get the seedless?