As I was searching around for pics and information on corn on the cob, I came across one of the cutest ideas, especially if you're a corn on the cob lover like I am (my mouth is watering just thinking about corn on the cob!) Corn on the cob CUPCAKES! Too cute, I've just got to try this one day.
If you're curious on how to actually cook corn on the cob, there's actually a website dedicated to such a subject.
Anyway, would you believe that there's actually a Corn Maize (maze) company (family) who have, or have made, mazes all over the US, Canada, Poland and the UK?
|I just love this pic, she's so adorable and looks like she's really enjoying the maze of maize!|
I really wish I could get great pics like this of my son.
And searching around at the different Maize locations, and being from PA, myself, this particular place just looks like a lot of fun.
|Yet another adorable (and obviously professional) pic of a very cute kid|
Again, I'm off topic. But it's very late (or very early, depending on your perspective) at the time of this writing, so I blame lack of sleep.
So, back to the celebration of Corn on the Cob... In Dublin, Ohio, there is a field of concrete corn on the cob. A piece of art by a man named Cochran, it serves as a dedication to the areas rich agricultural roots, as well as a memorial to the field's original owner/farmer, Sam Frantz, the inventor of the hybrid corn.
|These are actually people-sized concrete corn on the cob statures|
Anyway... however you like your corn on the cob, enjoy it to the fullest!