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Old 03-10-2020, 03:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Bambi View Post
Had a small hobby farm and also a party tent. Every year when the sweet corn would come in, we would invite 70 to 80 people. We cooked the corn in large stainless steal milk cans over a fire and had a crockpot of butter for dipping. I would buy a couple “blocks” of coney sauce from Gordon’s restaurant supply and the hotdogs from the Koegle factory near Flint. A couple kegs of beer completed the menu. Corn picked that morning, coney dogs and beer (coke for kids and non drinkers).
We try to make it back to Michigan in August just so we can get corn on the cob, especially yellow & white/peaches & cream/bi-color. SO good. We also pick blueberries then but are finding that some of the local blueberry patches (that will be ready to pick in not too many weeks now) taste at least 90% as good as Michigan blueberries. Going back then is a little too early for our other Michigan favorite - cider doughnuts. Nobody in Florida seems to know what those are. You add some blueberries and some cider doughnuts to your corn & coney dogs fest and I might have to drive back up to crash your party!
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