You know the phrase "knee high by the 4th of July?' Exactly.
Round two: we fed the 57 Hoffmans corn with dinner.
Round three: see below.
Round four: another 12 dozen ears.
This is what we call CORN OUT THE WAZOO.
In previous years we've had several dozen ears of corn, enough to put up and get us through the winter with a few extra bags. Other years it's been too dry OR the corn just didn't mature OR the cows got in the field and ate everything [that was a happy year] OR the corn planted was bad.
Round three this year: This is a year of plenty. I would like to take a moment to point out the husks that are in knee-high piles.
It's a lot of corn, but we love it.
What to make with all this corn if you don't want to freeze it? How about some Corn Salad?