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Fresh Barton sweet corn is the perfect ingredient for all your corn recipes.  Here's some of our favorites.

 

Matt's Super-Nuke Sweetcorn Rocket

Shuck and wash one ear of sweet corn. Wrap in a paper towel and microwave on high for two minutes. Butter and salt to taste while you read the sports page.

Cissy's Foolproof Boil Method

Shuck a bunch of ears. Drop them in a large pot of boiling water for 4-5 minutes. Remove with tongs and serve on an attractive platter.

Richard's Grilled Ears of Passion

Soak unhusked ears of corn in cold water for about an hour. Fire up the grill and place the ears directly on the rack. Rotate ears periodically for even cooking. Cook a total of 8-10 minutes.

Jim's Grilled Sweet Corn Deluxe

Shuck and clean 4 ears of sweet corn. Wrap corn along with butter salt and pepper in Reynolds Wrap and place on upper grill rack while your favorite steak or chicken is grilling. The corn will be done when the meat is done. Enjoy!

Stew Fried Corn

1 1/2 C fresh corn, cut from cob

1 T bacon grease

1 tsp granulated sugar

3/4 tsp salt

1/8 tsp pepper

1/4 C hot water

4 T butter Melt bacon grease in skillet.

Add corn, sprinkle with sugar, salt and pepper. Pour in hot water and break butter in small bits over corn. Cook about five to ten minutes. Serve hot. 'Wecome Back to Pleasant Hill '

Fried Corn

8 ears corn

4 T butter

2 T bacon drippings or lard or butter

1 diced green pepper

Salt and pepper to taste

Cut corn kernels from cobs. Melt butter in skillet. Add corn and seasoning and cook until the corn is tender - about 10 minutes. Stir occassionally. Do not have the flame too high, as the corn may burn. If mixture begins to brown before the corn is done, add 1/2 cup of milk or cream. Keep the lid on while cooking and stir occasionally to keep from sticking. We often add a diced green pepper when the corn is put in the skillet. ' Out of Kentucky Kitchens '