Tag: Corn

Fall Vegetables and Sides

End of Summer Zucchini Casserole

We’ve headed into fall and the remaining Romanesco zucchini need to be used…now what? I’d pretty much run through the  “zucchini repertoire” and I needed to come up with something for dinner.  There’s that leftover barbecued corn from the night before…hmmm. 

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Fall Vegetables and Sides

Corn On The Cob Butters

A couple of ideas to slather on fresh, fantastic, local corn! Lime-Chive Butter ½ cup (4 oz.) unsalted butter, room temperature 1/3 cup finely chopped fresh chives 2 tsp. fresh lime juice 1 tsp. finely grated lime peel ½ tsp.

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Summer – What’s In Season??

Early summer to, alas, the end of summer. Or should we say, what’s not in season? This is just the best time of the year for a cook. The choices are endless and that makes menu planning both exciting and

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Turkey Gumbo Soup

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here Guess what I found while rummaging around in my freezer?  You guessed it, the carcass from the roast turkey!  Some people don’t like okra; I don’t happen to be one

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Green Corn Tamale Casserole

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. Known as Tamal de Elote en Cazuela in Mexico, I make this casserole quite often. It’s a really tasty dish to serve as part of a Mexican meal or with

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Corn On The Barbecue

Peel back husks from corn on the cob without detaching from cobs; remove silks. Rewrap cobs in husks; soak in water for at least 20 minutes or for up to 1 hour. Drain & pat dry. Place the corn cobs

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Corn And Sun-dried Tomato Pancakes

Makes a delicious accompaniment to barbecued turkey, chicken, pork or even lamb.  Corn just screams summer in my opinion! Makes 4 Servings ¼ cup chopped sun-dried tomatoes (not packed in oil) ½ cup fresh, blanched corn kernels,** cut from the

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Corn Soup With Roasted Red Pepper Puree

When the first fall days come in September, why not make this soup? I think I should call it goodbye summer soup! Corn is usually still around, so are peppers & usually fresh sage is too! Yellow corn will give

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Where Has All The Great Corn Gone?

Every summer I get into a snit. The summer should be a season of many things. Especially the things that remind us of our childhood. At our house this means all the local gorgeous, yummy veggies & fruits that are

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