Introducing The A-Maize-ing Adventures of Colonel Corn

Food Processing introduces The A-Maize-ing Adventures of Colonel Corn, a new monthly feature that will have you laughing -- and getting creative -- until the cows come home.

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I don't know about you, but I could use a laugh....often. Maybe you could too.

Maybe you have untapped creativity. Maybe you're aspiring writer. Whatever the case, Food Processing wants to introduce you to our newest feature: The A-Maize-ing Adventures of Colonel Corn.

When we thought up Colonel Corn, we imagined him to be a swash-buckling hero that was equal parts General Patton and Indiana Jones. Each month, we'll feature him in a different predicament that we're hoping you can help us describe with comical, light-hearted captions

Here's how it works:

Submit your caption, via e-mail, for the cartoon that appears below. The winning caption will be featured on the FoodProcessing.com Web site and in the FoodProcessing.com eNewsletter. We won't be handing out physical prizes -- other than our admiration -- but we will make sure to give you proper credit for that month's caption.

So without further delay....We bring you the December installment of he A-Maize-ing Adventures of Colonel Corn

The WINNER IS:

"Call maintenance, looks like he is going to get stuck in the flow wrapper again."

Colonel Corn - December

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRENT CAPTIONS

"I need a few good Candy Canes"

"Fellas, we're going to need to get some cammo on these canes once the holiday is over"

"Um, Jerry, how much corn syrup did you put in that machine?"

"Men, don't let me hear you say that all the hoo-hah about Christmas is corny!"

"Call maintenance, looks like he is going to get stuck in the flow wrapper again."

"Look guys, how many time do I have to tell you, You have the crook in the cane going the wrong way."

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