For every ear of corn I boil, I add 1 tbs sugar to the water. I boil it in water with sugar, not salt, and we can eat it without any extra butter (but if you add butter, its pure heaven.
Ditto. Good fresh corn needs nothing more for me.
I love just butter and salt-and I too have to admit that when the corn is gone from my plate, I roll the cob around what is left on my plate and suck on the cob….and now that the corn season is ending, I am buying as much as I can, cutting the kernals off,and freezing for all those good soup recipes you guys have shared so far on the soup thread![;)]
butter and the coarse grind garlic salt.
ooops. there he is again….
it all sounds good to me!
personally I do prefer the butter and salt.
and I even heard on the news a few weeks back that the fat from the butter is supposed to help wash the corn nutrients down.
But I’ve also enjoyed the Latino style , where my corn was drenched with mayo and paprika.
one of the best corns I’ve ever had was in a park in south central LA. (sold by a guy on a bicyle with a cart attached). I believe I had just picked up some BBQ, and that’s why I wanted to take a stroll in the park. Not the greatest neighborhood, but not the worst either.
butter and black pepper
Me too Cajunking – I love fresh corn
My favorite would have to be au natural
followed by plain with cajun shake.
followed by butter, S&P or cajun shake
Our corn season is quickly passing, I have to get some more put up before it disappears.
I don’t put anything on my corn either, "au natural" for me too.
I love lots of butter and a sprinkling of salt. And I like it a little starchy, meaning
I like it a little aged.
I eat only what I grow, except for what a Mennonite friend grows and gives to us. I try to stagger the times I plant it so that I have it
mature throughout the mid to last part of summer.
Butter, salt, crushed red pepper. Once the corn is gone I like to take the cob and roll it around in the leftover goodies and suck it out of the cob. It’s so good! Corn is almost gone here. [:(] "Fresh" anyway. Who knows how long those cello wrapped packs in the grocery stores have been on the shelves in produce. Better off with frozen.
Butter. Lots of it.
Butter & Old Bay Seasoning of course!
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