Shoepeg corn



noun

an heirloom variety of light-colored sweet corn with tight kernels growing in uneven rows
Examples

The name “shoepeg corn” derives from a shoemaking term used during in the 1800s. Shoepeg corn kernels resemble the wooden pegs used to attach soles to the upper part of shoes.
Usage Note

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