Corn (Paperback) by Woodier, Olwen
Paperback; Published 6/18/2002; 192 Pages; ISBN 9781580174541
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Nothing is more sublime than the taste of the first fresh corn of the season, steaming hot, slathered with butter, and lightly salted.
The texture, wholesome goodness, and flavor of corn make it a remarkably versatile grain, complementing everything from frittatas to Posole, souffles to Shepherd's Pie. In this book, Olwen Woodier celebrates the this downhome, delicious, all-purpose comfort food through 140 easy-to-prepare recipes.
Here are corn starters: Tortilla Pizza, Blue Blazes Hush Puppies. Corn Soups: Tortilla Soup, Lobster and Corn Chowder. Corn Salads: Black Bean, Corn, and Tomato Salad, Corn Pasta Salad with Roasted Garlic Dressing. Corn in the Main: Salmon with Corn Pancakes, Corn-Tortilla Crusted Fish, Corn and Cheese Tamales. Breads: Bacon-Scallion Muffins, Skillet Corn Bread.
Also includes a complete history of corn, a cook's primer on corn varieties, nutritional information, grower and chef profiles, and tips on how to freeze or preserve the farm-fresh taste of new corn.
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Grilling corn on the cob is a tasty alternative to just boiling it. And if you keep it in its husk while cooking, you'll have perfectly cooked kernels with no risk of charring. Dunking the corn in water before putting it on the grill will make sure that the husk and silks don't burn while the corn steams on the grill. It's done when you begin to see the outline of the kernels showing through the husk.