Topic: corn

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Buttery Corn and Peppers with Burrata and Basil

  I’ve been making this summery side dish for years, since college! It was one of the first things I ever cooked with George — diced up bell peppers and onion with corn and basil, with seared tuna on top. He thought I was an absolute wizard in the kitchen. I wasn’t then, but this…

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Corn, Heirloom Tomato, and Basil Grilled Cheese

I love nothing more than a mayo, ham, cheddar, and mustard sandwich, but sometimes you gotta step it up a little. This sandwich still takes practically no time, but you do have to salt the tomatoes and cut the corn off the cob, which takes slightly more effort than simply slapping some deli ham onto…

Corn, Heirloom Tomato, and Basil Grilled Cheese
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One-Skillet Lemon Butter Salmon with Summer Succotash and Chipotle Honey Mustard Sauce

This is a delicious, simple, weeknight dinner that actually has a lot of very interesting history behind it. The Southern staple, succotash, was first introduced by the Native Americans to the early American settlers, who then introduced it to their slaves. Enslaved people had to grow their own crops to eat, and corn and beans…

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Summer Tomato, Corn and Peach Salad with Avocado and Grilled Halloumi

  I have been making this salad multiple times per summer since we moved to California seven years ago. Tomatoes, corn, and peaches and all perfectly in season at the same time, requiring minimal work to become an absolutely delicious salad when tossed all together. Need a fresh, delicious side for a potluck? Make this…

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10-Minute Jalapeño Corn Dip

Corn dip! Is corn dip a thing? Have you ever had it? I’m from the South and we pretty much turn anything into a dip down there, but I can’t remember if I’ve ever had a corn dip! I got this idea into my head a few weeks ago when I was thinking about how…

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One-Pot Summer Corn Caprese Pasta

  George and I have made this pasta on repeat this summer. The perfect meal for a busy day, or one where you don’t feel like cooking. A real one-pot wonder! If you’re stumbling across this recipe when tomatoes and corn aren’t in season, try making it with canned tomatoes (just be sure to use…