Fire up your smoker, and discover a new way to revamp an old favorite with this super simple smoked corn on the cob. It’s sweet, smoky, and slightly spicy in every bite courtesy of a simple honey butter sauce. This is the corn you’ll be begged to bring to every backyard barbecue.
Corn is the standard vegetable of the Spring & Summer seasons here in the South. Keep it simple, but change things up with a batch of this Southern Fried Skillet Corn. Cut off the cob, cast iron cooked, with a little sugar & milk thrown in for good measure- it’s the best way to enjoy fresh corn off the cob.
There’s nothing better than biting into a buttered, salted corn on the cob at a Summer meal. Ditch the juices running down your chin, but enjoy those same flavors you love in this yummy Corn Off The Cob Soup.
Throw a few ears of corn on the grill and toss the cooked kernels into a bowl. Stir in some tasty mix ins like bacon, jalapeno, and cheddar cheese until you’ve got this fresh and creamy Jalapeno Popper Grilled Corn Salad. It’ll be your new go-to side salad dish.
If you don’t try any other new corn recipe this season, try this. Down Home Milk & Honey Corn On The Cob is slowly simmered in a rich and cream, naturally sweetened broth with a hint of spice & a dash of fresh herbs. The juicy, tender kernels are just begging to fall right off the cob when it’s done.