Fresh Corn

Scalloped Corn

Fresh corn on table

Here’s a comforting baked casserole that features the classic American crop—corn—topped with tasty bread crumbs. more→

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Two-Corn Summer Salad

Fresh corn and cooked hominy produce an explosion of contrasts when combined in this salad featuring a deliciously addictive dressing. Every single bite features an eruption of vibrant flavors: sweet and sour, crispy and creamy, fresh and earthy. Nothing compares to the taste of summer corn, buttery and sweet; it’s scrumptious eaten directly from the cob or scraped into soups, puddings, relishes, and fritters. more→

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Fresh Corn and Tomato Salad

Fresh corn on table

This pleasing combination of two of summer’s premier bumper crops—corn and tomatoes—makes for a delightful late summer salad. more→

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Creamy Corn Chowder

Pureed silken tofu is a superb base for creamy soups, such as chowders. It provides substance without the need for thickening. The mild, familiar flavors will entice kids of all ages to enjoy a soothing bowl of soup. more→

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Corn Salad with Snow Peas

Here’s a great way to highlight fresh corn in a summer salad. Crisp snow peas, cabbage, and bell peppers meld nicely with the sweetness of corn kernels. more→

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Southern-Style Succotash

It should come as no surprise that okra is the characteristic ingredient in this southern variation on succotash. If you like okra (and admittedly, not everyone does), you’ll enjoy this dish. more→

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Pennsylvania Dutch Succotash

The Pennsylvania Dutch variety of succotash typifies the style of that cuisine—filling and simply seasoned, but not bland, with a pleasant combination of flavorful vegetables. more→

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Creole Corn Maque Choux

This classic side dish was adapted by Creole cooks from a dish made by the Native Americans who populated southwest Louisiana. Adapted from Great American Vegetarian. more→

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