- n. alternative spelling of sweet corn.
“Why, oh why, does she insist on calling sweetcorn "FEET corn"?”
“This is currently happening on the allotment, where foraging badgers have taken a liking to crops such as sweetcorn!”
“Sally Jaine, Totnes, DevonThey must have – our four bantams will only eat one variety of cabbage, and a call of "sweetcorn" will have them running faster than you'd think possible.”
“Now, we settle for onions, runner beans, a few potatoes, sweetcorn, courgettes and pumpkins with a couple of rows of parsnip, swede and fennel.”
“A small tin of Green Giant sweetcorn, eaten straight from the tin, is a favourite.”
“You just need to open a can of sweetcorn or pineapple rings.”
“Beat an egg white until stiff then fold it into the sweetcorn.”
“Remove the kernels from a couple of large heads of sweetcorn with a large knife.”
“As a pasta dish which contained neither tuna nor sweetcorn, it was bound to be a marvel, but there were other reasons for falling upon this manna from heaven – or, at least, Highgate.”
“He and his family cooked barbecue beans, pork, chicken, he picked some sweetcorn off the farm and boiled that, Boender said.”
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