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1 hour ago, RebelSS said:

Quit being difficult. WHAT gas station is across the street from John Hardee's south? Duh....OK, it's KWIK TRIP. They park there. Been doing it for years. Used to have sign that said "Sleeper's produce".  And I just told ya about agreat one. Another one I had the other day that was great is parked across from KWIK Trip by Walmart north. There, that's two. Go get yer corn. No unicorn involved.

That is the truck that I always buy from, they park at the detailing place that used to be a car wash.  Why were you talking about Super America? They haven't been there for a decade.

But either one would be a pretty long drive at the moment.

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2 hours ago, RebelSS said:

Quit being difficult. WHAT gas station is across the street from John Hardee's south? Duh....OK, it's KWIK TRIP. They park there. Been doing it for years. Used to have sign that said "Sleeper's produce".  And I just told ya about agreat one. Another one I had the other day that was great is parked across from KWIK Trip by Walmart north. There, that's two. Go get yer corn. No unicorn involved.

That is the truck that I always buy from, they park at the detailing place that used to be a car wash.  Why were you talking about Super America? They haven't been there for a decade.

But either one would be a pretty long drive at the moment.

Might have to try sous vide on some...when I get there.

 

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Because it was about a decade ago I was on that goofy end of town. I knew it. Now yer gonna  waste time fooling around with that souse-o-matic on that poor corn, when two ears in the 'wave, in a covered glass dish with some water for around 3 minutes comes out perfectly delicious. :tired:

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I cook more than two at a time.   :lol:

And how can you recommend someplace you haven't been to in a decade?   Like I said, I have gotten good corn there and I have gotten mediocre corn there.   Might be fresh picked, but sometimes I think maybe the field was past its prime when they fresh picked it.  

Ever try the corn from Seneca?   They have a little office across 3rd Ave from the plant where they sell corn sometimes.  

 

 

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Because Sleeper's always have had good produce...and obviously, I just went there. I went to school with them, know how they do their produce. They been around a long time. Wouldn't have  4-5 people  standing there buying if it was lousy. I had to wait the other day. Word gets around fast on small stands.Your statement applies to just about anything...sometimes a restaurant has a good meal, next time it's mediocre. You'd still go there, right? You're going to have some years the corn is better than others, you can't change the weather. This happens to be a good year for the sweetcorn, both places told me.  What would be different at Seneca? It still comes out of a field there, too. Who knows how fresh it is? I'd go with a pickup truck just pulling in, with the corn still cool and damp, before I'd grab some from a pile at Seneca. That's the only time I go, early am, when it's fresh.  OK, so do four ears at about 6 mns then....ya can handle that, right? All I intended was to give ya a tip where to grab some good corn...Doah

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3 hours ago, RebelSS said:

All I intended was to give ya a tip where to grab some good corn...Doah

Thanks...  :P

Only truck in our neighborhood anyway....

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boys........boys.......................boys.................do you to need a time out? a group hug??????????:grin:

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6 hours ago, smurfy said:

boys........boys.......................boys.................do you to need a time out? a group hug??????????:grin:

You sure are into this huggin' and kissy stuff. Are you one of those touchy-feely "Oh I'm so happy" free spirit type guys?!  :P

 

 

 

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I buy from his buddy's truck.   What more does he want?   Sometimes I buy at walmart instead.  Life goes on, Brah  obla dee obla dah

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Smurfy's just stirrin' the pot, those union guys must have lotsa free time.......  :P  Say Delmar, yer Cub foods has corn for TEN CENTS AN EAR in their ad this week....

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3 hours ago, RebelSS said:

You sure are into this huggin' and kissy stuff. Are you one of those touchy-feely "Oh I'm so happy" free spirit type guys?!  :P

He's a liberal so, same thing! :)

 

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:grin:  

Mama must be crackin' the whip tonite, looks like he can't come out and play. Or, he and Delmar are hittin' the corn stands.:lol:

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9 hours ago, smurfy said:

Well some of us got things to do!:grin: Luke take care of green beans!

Who's Luke? The guy in the video? He does yer green beans?  :grin:

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2 hours ago, RebelSS said:

Who's Luke? The guy in the video? He does yer green beans?  :grin:

:cry: AWE GAWD............... i spell one word boaranze style and i get called out on  the carpet for it!!!!!!!!:angry::(

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17 hours ago, delcecchi said:

Nah, pulled the boat today.:( :(:( Tomorrow the dock and lift :(:(:(:(

Then, on down the road... 

 

at the best time of the year to be up in the northland??????????? your messed up Del!!!!!!!!!:grin:

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