Chef Cutting is revealing his secrets at this first lesson of the Suffrage Wagon Cooking School with a step-by-step guide on how to roast corn now that corn’s in season. Let’s go for it. Video.CookingSliderAnnouncement

This recipe is splendid, whether you’re cooking on a grill or in your oven, during the summer or year round. Get rave reviews. If you visit the main Suffrage Wagon platform, you get immediate access to the Cooking School video.

The corn recipe is in memory of suffragist Edna Kearns who canned fruits and vegetables for Votes for Women and then went on the road to teach canning, as well as campaigning, for the suffrage movement.

Quick review: This is the 165th anniversary of the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848. Check out our page on visiting Seneca Falls and the video about the Declaration of Sentiments. Listen to it read, just as it was heard all those years ago.

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  • Grandma Edna should of franchised her business idea because here I am with no skills at all when it comes to canning! Over the years we figured out a way to roast our corn on the barbeque and we are happy to say that this method of soaking the corn is what we do also! It’s also nice to know that the chef pointed out that you can cook corn 3 different ways and boiling is not one of them!

    Hehehe, he jokes about rookies boiling corn! OK, so I won’t boil my corn anymore! Thanks for the great advice.

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