Your bacon and egg breakfast, the toothpaste you used this morning, the rug beneath your feet and many parts of the automobile you own have on thing in common: all contain corn.
Corn is one of the world’s most widely grown crops because it grows in a variety of climates. In the United States alone, more than 400,000 farms grow 10 billion of the world’s 23 billion bushels of corn. For many Americans, the appearance of corn on the cob is a harbinger of summer.
It is an astonishingly versatile cereal grain. It’s found in gypsum wallboard, alcohol, cosmetics, paper products, and paint and varnishes.
But perhaps its most important function is to provide nutrition to much of the globe’s 6 billion people. Allabout corn.com is dedicated to helping corn lovers everywhere create the most delicious dishes from this popular cereal grain. Corn recipes of types - salads, soups, bread, even puddings – can be found here. We make it simple, with easy to follow instructions and great videos that make even beginning chefs look good.
Want to know a little bit more about corn? Here are a few kernels about this popular grain:
Just as new uses for corn are being found in industry every day, chefs are discovering new uses for corn on the dinner table. corn.gourmetrecipe.com is a great source for new recipes, videos, and culinary news about corn, so keep coming back. There will always be something new.
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