All Things Food Edition

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50+ Food Ideas, Canning, Recipes, Desserts | Appetizers | Sides | Copy Cat Recipes | Creative Cain CabinI find it impossible to believe that July is almost over. Where has the summer gone? Our weather has been so crazy it’s hard to tell what season we are even in, but it feels like fall here. For me fall is when I like to find new recipes and canning methods. There’s nothing better than a hearty, homemade meal on a crisp Fall day. Below is a collection of over 50 of those ideas to choose from brought to you by 10 fantastic bloggers. Remember you can always pin these to your favorite food boards and try them out when you have some free time, it’s a great way to save a collection of meal ideas to come back to later. Who doesn’t love finding a new family favorite. 

How to Freeze Sweet Corn | Creative Cain Cabin This is my all time favorite freezing tip for sweet corn. Hubby and I work as a team every year and put up enough corn to get us through the winter. There’s nothing better in the dead of the winter than the taste of fresh corn, it takes me back to summer with every bite.

Freezer Sweet Corn
6 easy steps to freezing sweet corn
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  1. Fresh Picked Sweet Corn
  1. Shuck fresh corn
  2. Fill a large pot 3/4 full with corn and cover with water. Bring to a boil and boil for 4 minutes.
  3. Remove corn from pot and put ears into a sink or large container filled with cold water.
  4. Cover corn with ice and let stand for 4 minutes.
  5. Remove ears from ice and cut off the cob.
  6. Put corn into freezer bags.
  1. 4 dozen ears will yield 6 quarts of corn.
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Mason Jar Printable | Creative Cain CabinAnother favorite of mine is this Mason Jar Printable, it’s just in time for canning season. You can print it as many times as you like and use it however you wish just click on the link below.

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  1. says

    Yum Dawn. I bet that corn is great in the dead of winter to have. All these yummy recipes are awesome too. Now I am hungry LOL! Have a great day.

    • says

      Kris are you getting any good corn in your neck of the woods this season.

    • says

      I agree Claire, it is a favorite theme for me.

  2. says

    Wish I had a big freezer. Feels like fall here in Kentucky, too. xo Laura

    • says

      Laura I keep our freezer stocked so I don’t have to go out in the winter.

  3. Nancy Blue Moon says

    Thanks for the corn freezing recipe Dawn..I always blanch it in hot water but never put it into ice water..I just let it cool before I cut it off..I will try your method..and thanks to all you other ladies..looks like I have some pinning and printing to do..

    • says

      Nancy the ice stops the corn from cooking so it tastes fresher.

  4. says

    Dawn, I don’t even blanch the corn when I freeze it! I just cut it off the cob and add salt water to the freezer bag with the corn! And you’re so right. Nothing tastes better than corn in the dead of winter. Pinning your beautiful graphic!

    • says

      Jane, I have never tried it that way and it would be easier.

    • says

      Maryann you will be glad you have it come winter.

  5. says

    Hi Dawn!
    I’m new to your website and so happy to have found you.
    There are so many beautiful posts here. Can’t wait to look around!
    Have a great week,
    Suzanne (newest fan)

    • says

      Susanne welcome to the cabin, thank you for letting me know you are new ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. says

    I’m going to try your freezer corn recipe. My grandma used to freeze corn every year and I loved eating it in the middle of winter. This brought back wonderful memories!!

    • says

      Jennifer, it is unbelievable it tastes fresh off the cob in the dead of winter, you won’t be disappointed.

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