JOHN COPE'S dried corn is an unlikely candidate for a holiday food. Produced only in Lancaster County, Pa., it originated as a way to bring summer flavor to a winter table, and it is just as prized for that reason today. The Copes dried corn is also cracked into small, flaky pieces, which makes it easy to chew. It's a superb addition to granola or cereal. Copes Dried corn has a very different flavor from fresh, canned or frozen kernels.
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