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A Produce Box with a Story

From time to time, I’ll post pictures of interesting graphics I find on produce boxes on 9th Street. Over the weekend, I came across this corn crate from Russo’s Fruit & Vegetable Farm, memorializing a man named “Tony”. I did … Continue reading

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Corn Custard Casserole

I’m thinking this could be the beginning of a series, “In the Kitchen with Lloyd”, because I’m a firm believer that if you eat – you should know how to cook. On Saturday, he made this side dish to accompany … Continue reading

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Corn Chowder Salad

We’re closing in on the end of the summer, and if you have to bring a dish to a barbecue and want to be the star of the show – make this. There’s bacon in it, everyone loves bacon! The … Continue reading

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Child of the Corn

Yes, I know I’ve gotten plenty of mileage out of the Children of the Corn joke, but it’s almost Halloween and photographer John Capewell used this field of corn as a backdrop for a number of his photographs.

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Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

Here’s another in a series of photographs that John Capewell shot of his children with the familiar lodgepole chair, a curtain of corn as a background and the family pet. This appears to be Capewell’s son John, Jr.

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A Cousin Among the Corn

This is an as yet identified girl that shows up in quite a few of the glass negatives shot by John Capewell. When I was first examining the photos, I assumed that she was Capewell’s daughter, but records indicate that … Continue reading

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Why So Serious?

John Capewell (the man in the middle) has taken photos similar to this before where he’s managed to include himself in a picture of his immediate family, but I’m not sure why everyone is wearing such a sour expression. It’s … Continue reading

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Corn Fritters

It all began when I shared this photo of my neighbor’s corn plants, proof that you can grow anything in containers! My friend Bill inspired this post by mentioning corn fritters. I haven’t had them in so long! Over the … Continue reading

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Polenta Stuffed Peppers

I wanted to do a post on side dishes, and since I made polenta fries a few weeks back -polenta stuffed peppers came to mind. Creamy polenta with corn, cheddar, and a dash of cayenne tucked into red bell peppers … Continue reading

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Good Doggie

John B. Capewell shot a number of photographs of his family in front of this corn field which was probably in Westville, New Jersey where the Capewells resided. Back then New Jersey lived up to it’s name of The Garden … Continue reading

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With the Kids Among the Corn

Last week, it was the boys in front of the corn. This week, the parents join in for a family portrait. Mrs. and Mr. John B. Capewell of Westville, New Jersey are seated in a lodge pole loveseat with Henry … Continue reading

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Children of the Corn

One of John B. Capewell’s brothers ran a farm and corn must have been one of his crops. This is a photograph of John’s sons, John, Jr. standing and Henry O. seated on the lodge pole chair.

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Let Them Eat Crab Cakes!

This recipe came to me from my friend Hollis. I call these “summer” crab cakes because the recipe calls for fresh corn. They can be put together in advance and take about 10 minutes to cook. No question about it … Continue reading

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