Corn on the Cob Day is celebrated on June 11. It’s definitely a holiday that I can celebrate, because I love corn on the cob. Here on Long Island, we’re lucky to have roadside farm stands where we can buy fresh-picked, local corn. In my family, we buy a dozen ears of corn, then lather on the butter and salt and make it an entire meal.
How to write about Corn on the Cob Day:
- If you can, buy corn at a roadside stand or local farmer’s market. Describe how you prepare it.
- Do you have any traditions around corn on the cob, such as planning (or attending) a corn roast?
- Share a memory about eating corn on the cob.
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