Monday Books | Corn

 

 

Last call for a sweet summer staple.

Summer Sweet Corn

It’s the time of year when the crop of sweet corn starts to wane. This has been an unbelievably tough summer for farmers. So supplies in some parts of the country have been gone for weeks. It seems this season your search for the perfect cob may be a little more challenging than in the past.

Usually, when I get an ear of fresh sweet corn the recipe is simple. A pot of boiling water, add a little sugar. Add ears. Boil for seven minutes. Enjoy!

I know that there are probably some of you out there who might be looking to get a little more out of your farm stand purchase. If that’s the case, I’m here to assist. I’ve rounded up a few titles that can help you put a new twist on a summer standard. Enjoy the last of the ears for summer 2012.


 

The Story of CornTotally Corn CookbookI Love Corn Corn Lovers Cookbook (Cooking Across America Cook Book Series)
Corn Recipes: The 10 Greatest Corn Recipes EverCorn: Roasted, Creamed, Simmered and More50 Chowders: One Pot Meals - Clam, Corn, & Beyond The Book of Corn Cookery
American CornThe Corn Cook BookThe Cornbread GospelsCorn: A Country Garden Cookbook (Country Garden Cookbooks)


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