Customers snap up early sweet corn

During the next couple of months, local residents will have their pick of some of the freshest sweet corn around. Full Story
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Earl of Corn

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Jul 5, 2007
Anyone know of any roadside stands selling sweet corn around Indianapolis. It's tough to wait for the farmers markets. Thanks.
info

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Jul 5, 2007
waterman's market on e. raymond st.
Corn lover

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Jul 5, 2007
Johnny's Market on College Ave in Broad Ripple has had sweet corn every day.

“Welcome to Mexiapolis”

Since: Jun 07

Plainfield

#5 Jul 5, 2007
There is a market on binford and i think 75th that i hear has really good produce, might check that out.
Officer Oinky

Green Bay, WI

#6 Jul 5, 2007
CORN!!!

~snort~

“END THE FED!”

Since: Feb 07

DON'T TREAD ON ME!!!!

#7 Jul 5, 2007
Also, the fruit stand at 62nd and Allisonville.
Pacers Fan

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Jul 5, 2007
Corn lover wrote:
Johnny's Market on College Ave in Broad Ripple has had sweet corn every day.
its not from Indiana.
Kernel Sanders

United States

#9 Jul 5, 2007
why is corn not digested by the body?
Domer

Carmel, IN

#10 Jul 5, 2007
...how about any place near Avon for sweet corn?
LWw

Tustin, CA

#11 Jul 5, 2007
Why is this News?
Corn lover

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Jul 5, 2007
Pacers Fan wrote:
<quoted text> its not from Indiana.
The earliest corn they had wasn't, but that was back when Indiana corn wasn't ready yet.

The corn I bought there yesterday was Indiana corn.
Elkhart Reader

Englewood, CO

#13 Jul 5, 2007
There is something special about the first good corn of the season.
Teach Your Children

Indianapolis, IN

#14 Jul 5, 2007
The star is really getting bad. a news article about corn. WHY?
Hay seed

Indianapolis, IN

#15 Jul 5, 2007
I thought there was more than corn in Indiana. Is this really news?

and how do you know the corn is really Indiana corn? You only have the word of the seller unless you pick it or grow it yourself.
I bet it's all Florida corn.
ooooch

Covington, KY

#16 Jul 5, 2007
Kernel Sanders wrote:
why is corn not digested by the body?
I know you were asking this to be cute, but here's the answer:
It is digested...just the inside of the corn, actually. The outer kernel is made of very fibrous material and thus doesn't always get broken down. But it's good to eat it...kind of like a rotorouter for your insides. MMmmmm...who's eating corn tonight? Good table conversations.

“We're all Bozos on this bus”

Since: Jan 07

Indianapolis, IN

#18 Jul 5, 2007
Kernel Sanders wrote:
why is corn not digested by the body?
There isn't a grain of truth to that myth. Some people 'ear stuff and repeat it without thinking.
another indy mike

United States

#19 Jul 5, 2007
Hay seed wrote:
I thought there was more than corn in Indiana. Is this really news?
and how do you know the corn is really Indiana corn? You only have the word of the seller unless you pick it or grow it yourself.
I bet it's all Florida corn.
I work for the produce distributor
they bought it from and it is not Indiana corn.
Mr Happy

South Vienna, OH

#20 Jul 5, 2007
I just picked up the best corn grown in the state. It comes from a little road side stand in Martinsville. Always pick up a dozen on my way back from Lake Monroe every week. Last Friday was the first day of corn.
Skeptical

Greenwood, IN

#21 Jul 5, 2007
Is it news? with the demand there is for it, you bet!Mine's not ready yet, people are already stopping by and placing pre-orders. I grow 6 varities, with the plantings spread out so they don't ripen all at once. The type of seed one plants makes an enormous difference in the end product. The old sweet corn like Illini Extra, Silver Queen, or Io Chief was ripe on the stalk and ready for only about one week, and would not keep off the stalk for longer than about 3 days without processing. The new "synergistic" seeds such as Honey Select, Obssesion, 272A, etc. have about a 2 to 3 week picking window, and if handled correctly (cooled down as quick as possible after picking, then kept below 50 degrees), it will last about 2-3 weeks after picking. And if they claim it is organic and grown in Indiana, then expect ear worms! They love organic corn better than anything. If the corn isn't to have ear worms, as my customers demand, then a little timely dusting of mild insecticide will keep them out. Better living through chemistry!
The tomatoes are starting to ripen, too! I had my first ones last week.
TOBY

AOL

#23 Jul 5, 2007
Kernel Sanders wrote:
why is corn not digested by the body?
It is if you go to all the bother to chew it.

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