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Hudson's Farm Fresh

What's in Season?

November 25, 2017

We still have potatoes available!

A great addition to your Christmas festivities! Local, fresh potatoes!

Please give us a call if you would like some! Red and White are available.  While quantities last.

Hours

Home stand (Panmure Rd.) - CLOSED FOR THE SEASION! THANK YOU!

Pakenham Stand - CLOSED FOR THE SEASON! THANK YOU!

Almonte Stand - CLOSED FOR THE SEASON! THANK YOU!


Where to Find Us...

2831 Upper Dwyer Hill Rd.
Kinburn, ON
K0A 2H0

To Keep Corn Fresh

Remove husk, then store in a plastic bag, in the fridge, in the vegetable tray.
 

Cooking Instructions

To Boil:

  • Bring pot of water to a rolling boil. Drop corn into the water, cooking for ONLY 4-5 minutes (or until you can smell it). DO NOT over cook; the corn will lose its flavour.

To Barbeque: 

  • Cook on high and in the husk for 8-10 minutes (5 minutes on each side). Keep the barbecue lid down. There is no need to soak the corn if it is fresh.

To Microwave (cooking 1 cob):

  • 1 cob - Cook for 3 minutes on high with or without husk, in plastic wrap or milk bag.
  • 3 cobs - Form a triangle with cobs. Cook for 3 minutes on high as per 1 cob cooking instruction above.


Freezing & Serving

To Freeze: Blanche (slightly cook) corn on the cob in boiling water for 2-3 minutes. Remove from water (water does not need to return to boil) and cool quickly by submerging corn into ice water. Cut corn niblets off cob, bag, and freeze.

To Serve: Remove corn from bag, place frozen corn in pot with approximately 1 inch of boiling water. Heat until thawed and corn is warmed through.

DO NOT CONTINUE TO COOK.
 

Nutrition Facts

  • Serving Size: 1 medium ear (90g)
  • Amount per Serving
  • Calories 80
  • % Daily Value
  • Total Fat 1g 2%
  • Cholesterol 0mg 0%
  • Sodium 0mg 0%
  • Total Carbohydrate 18g 6%
  • Dietary Fibre 3g
  • Sugars 15g
  • Protein 3g
  • Vitamin A 2% Vitamin C 10%
  • Calcium 0% Iron 2%
     

Corn is a good source of fibre, Vitamin A and Folate. Lutein and zeaxanthin are antioxidants in corn that may help to reduce age-related macular degeneration resulting in loss of vision.

Source: Canadian Living Magazine

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