Today: Sweet corn is begging to be put into dessert. Here's how to make that happen.
This time of year the corn is so sweet and milky, I can hardly bring myself to do anything to it, even cook it. It's delicious straight off the cob, tossed with nothing more than a little salt and pepper, but growing up, the corn around my grandmother's table was always creamed. I don't really remember it any other way, but as I began cooking for myself, I never creamed corn. I just wanted to let corn be corn. I roasted it, grilled it, and sautéed it -- I did anything but cream it. The fine application of cream to sweet corn lay dormant for years, passed over as old fashioned. My corn was too cool for cream. It hung with hot peppers and lime.
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