Monday, October 3, 2011

The Monday Recipe Blog

Hello....Glad the weather is finally a little cooler and hoping that La Nina moves out fast!

Doing something a little different today - I'm going to take a one-week break from Lois Elaine's recipes of the 1960's, but her recipes will be back next week!

A friend sent this terrific idea for preparing corn on the cob when you need a lot of it, or when you go camping.  It was so good that I wanted to post it now and not wait - so here it is....
 Camping Corn on the Cob:
This is a great recipe for large picnics when you don't have enough room on your stove to have a bunch of pots of water with corn. You can let the corn sit all day and it tastes great.
Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • boiling water
  • 12 ears of corn
  • cooler
Boil water. Dump water into a clean empty cooler. Put raw corn on the cob into the cooler. Cover cooler for at least 30 min. Can be left all day, corn will stay hot in the cooler. Drain out water and eat.

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