Simple way to cook and shuck corn

Oct 18, 2011 by

I recently taught my dad how to forward email, which in hindsight may not have been the best idea ever, but he did send me this gem. This is by far the easiest way I have ever found to cook and more importantly, shuck corn.



I love it.  And I love Ken.  I want to adopt him as my grandpa. Now if I can only get my corn to grow in my garden!

Ben…

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Whats for dinner: Garlic-lime pan seared shrimp with quinoa, corn on the cob and fresh blackberry cobbler

May 7, 2010 by

One of the reasons I wanted to start this site was to cook more.  I love to cook, but don’t always take the time to do it.  One of the main features of this site will be cooking and sharing recipes.  If you have a great recipe please share.

I love going out to eat, don’t get me wrong, but its expensive, and not always that great for you.  Cooking allows me to be creative, work with my hands, and eat good food.  What’s not to love?  And if you don’t cook, give it a try.  It is easier than you think.  I plan to feature a new recipe or two each week as I chronicle what I’m making and eating each week.

Tonights Dinner: Garlic-lime pan seared shrimp with quinoa, corn on the cob and fresh blackberry cobbler.

It sounds like a lot of work but its actually quite easy.  I made all of it in less than an hour (not counting baking time on the cobbler)

I am not an expert chef.  This is an easy meal anyone could make.  I promise.  Just give it a try.

Here is the recipe and directions

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