OK, so the event wasn’t strictly serendipitous because it was planned, not a chance encounter. But the second part of the definition applies: the event was pleasing and beneficial.
We froze corn—four hours of shucking, blanching, cutting, packing, sealing and freezing, yielding 18 quart zipper bags full. The variety was “Serendipity,” one of the sweetest of the sweet corn family. It freezes well, maintaining most of its sweetness, and will be a delicious side dish for meals during the winter.
The first four quarts.
Everybody at our place loves corn, not just the humans. Cricket loves corn.
Molly Bolt loves corn.
Both of them chew on the empty cobs to get every kernel.
The cows love corn and are thrilled to receive their treat of the husks and cobs! Proud Mary, below, proclaimed it’s better than the old, hard field corn pieces they get in grain mixtures.
Her friends agreed.