John Copes Dried Sweet Corn
Nov 28, 2019 | By Beverly Boxley
I'm a "young" 83 year old female that was introduced to Copes corn and home dried sweet corn since I was a child. It was a Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday staple. I didn't want to end the tradition. Unfortunately, it wasn't to be found even at a couple reliable Mennonite stores. That's when I went to the internet. Thanks to your store I enjoyed my dried corn.
Nov 18, 2019 | By Judy Croy
Cope's Dried Sweet Corn has been a staple at our Thanksgiving dinners forever! Started with my Grandmother and I have carried on the tradition with my family. For at least 75 years our Thanksgiving wouldn't be the same without Cope's Dried Sweet Corn.
Owner Response: Hello Judy, thank you for the review! We are so happy to be a part of your Thanksgiving!
Nov 14, 2019 | By Trudy Johnson
Growing up in New Holland, Penna. I'm very familiar with Cope's corn. We had it every Thanksgiving and Christmas. We had the stewed style until my aunt served us the baked style. Ever since, neither holiday is complete without the baked copes corn.
A delicious family tradition
Nov 14, 2016 | By Diane Ford
For years and years Copes Dried Sweet Corn has been a family tradition. It is no longer available in local markets in upstate New York. So very thankful that I am able to get this wonderful product online so can can enjoy it's delicious nutty flavor and pass this tradition down to generations!
Dried Corn Expert
Nov 18, 2012 | By haldon richardson
Take a dozen ears of sweet corn, cut the corn from the cob, lightly oil a cookie sheet, place the kernels in a 190 degree oven for four hours. Dried corn. Rehydrate 24 hours before serving, cook on low heat with salt, butter and a little sugar.