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Husking corn  Cook fresh corn on the cob in microwave with husks and silk intact. They will cook in their own natural moisture. Place on dampened paper towel. Turn ears over and rearrange after 1/2 cooking time.  Cooking Timetable: 1 ear - 1 1/2 minutes 2 ears - 3 to 4 minutes 3 ears - 5 to 6 minutes 4 ears - 7 to 8 minutes 6 ears - 8 to 9 minutes. When ears are hot to the touch, remove and wrap in kitchen towel or foil. Let stand at least 5 minutes. Remove husks and silk (which is easier…

Husking corn Cook fresh corn on the cob in microwave with husks and silk intact. They will cook in their own natural moisture. Place on dampened paper towel. Turn ears over and rearrange after 1/2 cooking time. Cooking Timetable: 1 ear - 1 1/2 minutes 2 ears - 3 to 4 minutes 3 ears - 5 to 6 minutes 4 ears - 7 to 8 minutes 6 ears - 8 to 9 minutes. When ears are hot to the touch, remove and wrap in kitchen towel or foil. Let stand at least 5 minutes. Remove husks and silk (which is easier…

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The Secret to Perfect Hard-boiled Eggs by Val Curtis

The Secret to Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs

You can tell if your pineapple is ripe by tugging on the leaves {or A leaf} nearest the center. If they pluck out easily, you’re ready to cut.

You can tell if your pineapple is ripe by tugging on the leaves {or A leaf} nearest the center. If they pluck out easily, you’re ready to cut.

What is wave speed?

What is wave speed?

dishing the dirt on soil at www.gentlegardener.typepad.com

dishing the dirt on soil at www.gentlegardener.typepad.com