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Kristina grew up in a small farming community in southwest Iowa. Today, she lives on five acres in the country while running her own consulting business in the city. Her website, www.kristinashouse.com, features cooking, traveling, working and other tips. In the kitchen, Kristina bridges the recipes of her past to the new flavors and fashionable foods of today. In business, she combines a Midwest work ethic with trendy tech tools. Join her for flashbacks and fast-forwards. To contact her, e-mail: Kristina@kristinashouse.com.
We posted this method for freezing sweet corn last year on our website. I have been freezing sweet corn this way for over 10 years with great success. It makes a perfect side dish for holiday family gatherings and is also good to use when making Corn Chowder. We have seen several hits coming in on this post recently. The latest one recorded before lunchtime today came in from Kentucky. I know a truckload of sweet corn was sitting on a farm in SW Iowa Monday night and I have seen stands all over the metro areas too while traveling recently throughout the Midwest for work. So, the time seemed right to rerun this one for anyone who may have missed it.
Now if you have never "put up corn" for winter – well it is easy. And, for those of you who are experienced with freezing sweet corn but use another method – well – we hope you will give this one a try.
When I freeze corn at my house, there is no Little Red Hen effect. I have NO trouble getting help. Everyone is happy to pitch in because they are already looking forward to enjoying this treat in the dead of winter. So we hope you enjoy – not only how this method turns out and how it tastes when done – but we certainly hope you have fun as a family going through the process of freezing sweet corn!
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