Finally! After all those years in Willseyville, trying to get some corn to grow AND be edible, and never being able to, we have corn! And you can eat it too! We planted some Silver Queen as an experiment in our little garden plot. The seeds were given to us, and after treating the soil with lime and some fertilizer, and with a hope and a prayer, we planted corn. We watched through the summer as the stalks came up, and hoped. So far so good. When the girls and I came home from volleyball practice this evening Dale had corn husked and cooking to go with supper. YUM! Our very own corn! It was delicious.
Another wonderful gem we have added is farm fresh milk. Just so happens that when I drive to school, I go right past this farm, and they sell their milk. For just $2 a gallon, we get the rich, creamy, real stuff.
We had black bean sloppy joes tonight, but the real stars of the meal were the corn and the milk. We really gorged ourselves on those!
The last few days have been hot, and so very muggy! Today has been rainy, thundering, and more rain. It is supposed to be ushering in a nice cold front. The high just a day ago was 90, and the dew point was around 70. Tomorrow the high is supposed to be in the 50's! Needless to say, I am breathing a HUGE sigh of relief.