Warm up with this fresh corn chowder. Cutting the kernels from the cob adds a sweet creaminess you can’t get from canned and frozen kernels. Scrape the ears with the back of the knife after cutting the kernels to get every bit.
A good source of whole grains and fiber, fresh sweet corn is a great way to get your day started! Try these easy muffins – which go a step further than your average corn cake by mixing pureed fresh sweet corn right into the batter. A couple handfuls of fresh strawberries make this an extra special breakfast treat!
In this delicious recipe, corn on the cob is grilled to achieve a deeper flavor and mixed with grilled asparagus and red peppers into a salad to accompany grilled flank steak. Flank Steak is a great cut of meat for the grill, and everyone already knows that corn is a grill’s favorite veggie!