It’s So Sweet Corn

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This week’s frozen sweet corn, like all our frozen produce, is harvested during the growing season from our farms and then travels close by to The Farm Bridge in Kingston, NY for their special flash freezing process. The Farm Bridge uses Individual Quick Freezing (IQF) technology to ensure we get the highest quality frozen product. IQF involves tossing prepped veggies on … Read More

Absolutely a-maize-ing

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raw sweet corn

We’re sorry if that title is too corny! Maize, which we call corn here in the US, is a leafy stalk with kernels that have seeds inside. Fun fact: while technically a cereal grain, corn is generally harvested before maturity and therefore treated as a vegetable rather than a grain. Sweet corn is a hybridized corn variety that has a higher … Read More

Sweet Recipes for Sweet Corn

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Here are a few ideas to use the frozen sweet corn you’ll find in the Marketplace and subscription bags this week. Field Goods flash-freezes our produce, so there’s no extra moisture to cause problems or diminish flavor. The handy boil-in-the-bag pouch means you can drop the bag in boiling water for 10 minutes, and then empty the bag into a bowl and … Read More

All About Our Frozen Produce

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If you haven’t tried our frozen produce you are in for a big treat! Field Goods’ frozen produce is packaged specially for us by The Farm Bridge based in Kingston, NY. The Farm Bridge uses Individual Quick Freezing (IQF) technology, a flash freezing process that involves tossing prepped veggies on a conveyor belt and passing them through the freezer. Because each … Read More

Corn, How Not to Cook It

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This week, we are delivering super sweet, super fresh corn. Holmquest Farm and Barber’s Farm grow these particular varieties because they are super sweet and frankly taste more like candy corn than the regular stuff. The corn has a short shelf life, which is why you won’t find them in the grocery stores. Eat them as soon as possible. We’d like to suggest … Read More