Saturday, April 3, 2010

Sweet Corn At The Flea Market


The corn is being cooked inside this big portable oven than can probably handle at least 50 corn at a time. You can see crates of corn ready to be cooked. Corns are cooked still with the husk.

This husband and wife (i assume) team are always at the flea market. To know where they are exactly located, just find a yellow flag raised and you can locate their exact spot. After the corn is cooked, they will ask you how you want it - peeled or not and what ever you want on it. We always have ours with butter and to go.

This is the freshly cooked corn. Looks yummy right. It is really yummy, sweet and juicy. How much? It's $2 each...used to be 3 for $5.

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Dhemz Monday, April 05, 2010

2 bucks each? waaaaaaaa...super mahal naman sis...ehehhee...kala ko mura lang sa flea market....:)

analou Monday, April 05, 2010

I like corn very much especially if it is cooked with still husk in it. Yummy my friend. Wala may enanha dire sa amoa oi...

Tita Beng Friday, April 09, 2010

Wow, sweet yellow corns!They make my mouth watery now! Why so expensive? That amount could buy me 2 kilos or about 9 pieces here in Phils.

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