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This super simple corn casserole recipe from @cheftimclowers is creamy, fluffy, and delicious. It’s a classic holiday recipe that’s sure to inspire some nostalgia around the Thanksgiving table. It’s large enough to serve a big group, but there probably won’t be any leftovers.


When you gotta go, you gotta go. That’s the case throughout the year when farmers deliver their grain, but especially at harvest. Most haul to the closest elevator, but that’s not always the best place. 


Outside of Chicago, Illinois has a long stretch of agricultural and as people drive into the state, from any direction, the most farm land to be seen will either be corn or soybeans.


There’s a reason it’s called the Corn Belt. Corn has long been king in the Midwest. Soybeans are right behind. But those aren’t the only two crops grown there.

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Eleven percent of Illinois' 2021 corn crop was out of the field as of Sunday, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Illinois Crop Progress and Condition report.

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