Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Monday, July 20, 2015

COUNTRY LIVING

This is now my neighbors have helped heal me.

I actually had an ear of fresh sweet corn for breakfast this morning.  Why not?  

Do  you know this trick to cooking corn in the microwave?

 

20 comments:

  1. Sounds like you have excellent neighbours. Glad to know you are healing.

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  2. I've never liked that breakfast had to be confined to breakfast food. An ear of corn tastes better than corn flakes.

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  3. I eat pizza for breakfast:) corn would be yummy too.
    I am soooooooooooooo happy to see you. missed ya bunches..

    big hugs and welcome back.

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  4. Wow, I did not know that corn cooking trick. I will have to try it if I still remember it by the time corn ripens around here.
    You have some super neighbors there. Those tomatoes!!

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  5. Good healthy, lusty looking tomatoes. Nothing like fresh veggies.
    Nope....I don't own a microwave but I just lay them on the grill.

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  6. Fresh veggies will make anyone feel better! Wow to the tomatoes. I've cooked corn in the mico after husking and silking but this looks so much easier - will give it a try.

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  7. Your neighbours look like a classic illustration of karma coming to roost.
    I like the corn in the microwave trick too. Thanks.
    Keep healing. You were missed.

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  8. NOthing better than vitamins from the garden. I like all kinds of things for breakfast...but need to work on healthier stuff.

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  9. Fabulous fresh vegetables and fabulous, generous, thoughtful neighbours!

    I love fresh corn. I never use a microwave. I've never been fond of them. I have one but I've not used it for about 13 years...it's stowed away out in the back area collecting a ton of dust and cobwebs. I keep intending to take it to the local dump/refuse tip...I hope it doesn't refuse it! :)

    Great to have you back, Annie!

    And I agree. I reckon, as corny as it might sound, you should be able to eat for breakfast whatever you feel like eating for breakfast! :)

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  10. I tried the microwave method before but never knew how to squeeze the corn out. I had trouble with the silk when I did it. Can't wait to try that method.
    Hey, corn for breakfast sounds great. You sure have nice neighbors.

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  11. Neighbors can be wonderfully. Glad to see you back.

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  12. Sounds good. I had a gingersnap. I'm so lazy!

    You have really kind neighbours, that's so lovely of them.

    Glad you're getting better.

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  13. Welcome back to blogland. I hope that all is well with you and you are up and running. I have been very busy at work and not done much reading or writing.
    I had heard of the trick about the corn on the cob in the microwave. Now I have seen the video. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Oh, those tomatoes look wonderful! I think wonderful, caring neighbors such as yours are a blessing and just priceless. Hope every day is better and better for you!

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  15. i am glad you have help, that corn trick looks wonderful

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  16. I'm salivating over those tomatoes - gorgeous. What wonderful neighbors you have!

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  17. That is a great trick for fresh corn, but an even better trick is knowing how to pick the best neighbors. Those veggies look delicious.

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  18. That DOES look healing! yummmm.

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  19. You have wonderful neighbors, Annie. I tried the microwave thing, but I must have done something wrong. I probably cooked it too long. :- )

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