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Synonyms for corncob

the hard cylindrical core that bears the kernels of an ear of corn

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Those taking part in the event, at the Amazing Maize at Apple Jacks farm, at Stretton, were given the challenge of consuming the most corn on the cob in 12 minutes.
VEGETARIAN: corn on the cob, fried okra, mashed potatoes, coleslaw, biscuits
A friend of mine tells me that in Mexico, only about 225 miles southwest of here, street vendors sell corn on the cob with all kinds of unusual seasonings, including sprinkling the hot corn with chili powder.
Rothstein told The Grocer: "The EC hardly processes corn on the cob - its main production is kernel corn - yet we are penalised in this way.
The season's best fresh corn on the cob is available now.
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN * Make a "Two-Piece Dinner" out of two pieces of Corn on the Cob and one piece of Chicken.
Canned corn may be healthier for you than corn on the cob, according to a study by Cornell University scientists.
As if you were eating a corn on the cob and you gnawed along it.
HAVING soaked up the sun all summer long, corn on the cob is one of September's simplest pleasures.
And, if you have the space, you can enjoy fresh corn on the cob for more than a month by growing early; midseason and late-maturing varieties.
The festival also features strawberry beer, strawberry shortcake, and other nonstrawberry treats such as Salvadoran pupusas and roasted corn on the cob.
If you are lucky enough to get some fresh corn on the cob then it's easy to prepare, just run a sharp knife down the cob (holding it on its end).
usual trappings of a barbecue, like corn on the cob, baked beans,
Fields of maize, which is what sweetcorn is really called, are grown as far north as North Yorkshire - but these plants never give corn on the cob, they are chopped up for cattle feed.
PACOIMA - Like thousands of vendors working the streets of Los Angeles, Margarita Perez depends on the $50 a day she earns selling corn on the cob.