- Sweet corn is a source of vitamins A and B.
- The first written record of corn in North America is found in Icelandic Sagas as early as 1006.
- Store your corn in high humidity environment between 34 and 38 degrees Farenheit.
- If allowed to stay at higher temperatures, sweet corn will lose its sugar content quickly.
- To get the best flavor from your corn plan to eat your corn within a day or two of buying it.
- Boiling seems to be the favorite method of cooking sweet corn.
- Here's how we do it:
- Bring to boiling a large pot with approximately 4 inches of water in it.
- Place husked corn in pot, cover, and heat for 5- 10 minutes.
- If you plan on leaving the corn in the water for a while cut the cooking time down a couple of minutes. Then remove from heat and let stand.