From July through October, it's hard to beat the taste of corn in Lancaster County. In the prime growing season, acres of corn can grow to be eight feet tall. Lancaster specializes in both yellow and white corn, which, contrary to popular belief, don't have much of a difference beyond the yellow variety containing more Vitamin A.
Among all other fresh Lancaster crops, corn is most often used as feed for farm animals, so it could be argued that the vegetable is the most widely consumed of its kind in the land. Lancaster is awash in fresh farm stands to find the best corn, from places that specialize in the vegetable (The Corn Wagon, Corn Cob Acres) to standard issue spots (Reiff's Farm Market, Brook Lawn Farm Market). Below, find an array of different corn recipes to best complement your meal.