With the local corn season upon us, it is time to enjoy Corn On (or off) the Cob. Azura Memory Care understands the benefits of engaging our residents in familiar activities. And shucking corn, like it or not, is a familiar activity in Wisconsin. And that began the discussion at Azura Memory Care of Monroe.
Some residents liked shucking the corn and some would be happier to just eat the end result. Some like it with salt, others with salt and pepper, and most everyone likes it buttered. Some boiled it, others baked it and still others prefer it on the grill. We also talked about farming and the old adage that corn should be “knee high by the Fourth of July”. One thing all agreed on is that this delicacy was plump and sweet and ready to eat!
How do you like to eat Corn-on-the Cob?
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