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Unsophisticated due to being from a rural locale (where corn would be a common staple); hickish. Can someone help this cornfed guy navigate the subway system?
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cornfed

mod. rural; backward; unsophisticated. I enjoy her honest, cornfed humor.
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Slow baked corn-fed chicken breast with caramelised onions, warm broad beans, baby potato salad and a light vinaigrette
(2000) showed that the gain in weight between the corn-fed and the barley-fed steers was similar even though feed efficiency was better with the corn-fed animals (6.3 vs.
And yes, I can stomach all that toothy, corn-fed sweetness.
Turkey Talk of Balsall Common, near Coventry, wowed the judges at the 2006 British Turkey Awards with its new three bird roast, comprising a pheasant inside a chicken inside a barn-reared, corn-fed Adlington turkey.
I had tapped into some deep vein of patriotism in my father, forgetting that my sophisticated lawyer, city-dwelling dad was first a farm boy schooled in rural, corn-fed values and unquestioning loyalty to flag and country.
Yes, I am proud to say I'm a corn-fed, flannel-wearing, hamburger-eating Nebraskan.
Strict FDA limits on gifts to doctors have left them few options but to dangle wholesome, corn-fed eye candy in front of physicians and hope for the best.
For a 40-million-gallon-per-year corn-fed ethanol facility, GreenShift said the technology could potentially recover up to 3.5 million gallons per year of corn oil for conversion into biodiesel.
To the surprise of many corn-fed, football-loving Americans, the NFL made history on October 3 by playing its first regular-season game outside of the U.S in Mexico.
And he was scheduled to fight the main event on a six-bout card at Madison Square Garden Bowl against title contender "Tuffy" Griffith, a corn-fed mauler from Iowa deemed by some to be Dempsey's heir apparent.
"Consumers are mostly familiar with one marketing message--Midwest corn-fed beef--when in fact, Northwest grain-fed beef is as good or better," says Jay Theiler, vice president, brand development at Boise, Idaho-based Agri Beef.
The growth of Mid-America in general and the city of Chicago in particular--you may recall Carl Sandburg's phrase "hog-butcher to the world"--was fostered by the corn-fed pig industry.
This flood, in turn, drives down the prices of fattening fare such as prepackaged snacks, ready-to-eat meals, fast food, corn-fed beef and pork, and soft drinks.
With military haircuts, glistening, hairless bodies, and corn-fed good looks, both appear to have been plucked from central casting at Falcon Studios.
The gourmet-style burgers, which are made from 100 percent Black Angus corn-fed beef with no artificial enhancements, come in a two-pound retail package containing six burgers, and a 10-pound foodservice pack.