Articles Tagged “corn”
Inspiration for tonight's dinner: a nearly labor-free holiday meal.Read More »
Like tomatoes, corn takes on sacred status in the summer -- we herald its arrival and gobble it up cooked into polenta, salads, soups, and even just on the cob. And like tomatoes, corn isn't exactly what it seems to be. It's a grain, not a vegetable! The corn we know and love is actually harvested far ahead of its starchy, dry mature stage -- think of the dried-out stuff you see at the hardware store or in birdseed that is so different from the fresh, milky, just-picked ears that we crave. Harvested after the kernels have been pollinated but before they reach physiological maturity, corn is late summer's sweetest treat.Read More »
We're not going to let you get sick of summer.Read More »
This dinner is a serious contender for simplest Dinner Tonight menu ever.Read More »
Rainbow hued and super seasonal, this week's Dinner Tonight has a gracious elegance that might just inspire a little pinky's-up behavior.Read More »
You'll be hearing from the staff at FOOD52 every week in Too Many Cooks, our group column in which we pool our answers to questions about food, cooking, life, and more.
Summer is finally here and the getting is good at the farmers' market -- it seems like everything worth eating is in season! Our original question for this week's group post was What is your favorite summer vegetable? Once people started answering, though, the favorites began to emerge. Sure, maybe Kristen picked radishes, and Amanda picked Roma beans, but the rest of us basically kept to the same favorites.
Here they are below. What is our list missing? What are your favorites? Tell us in the comments!Read More »
Polenta that makes the most of August.Read More »
Gena gives tips and menu ideas for entertaining a vegan friend, and also introduces Penne with Sweet Summer Vegetables, Pine Nuts, and Herbs.
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The ultimate sign of summer? Corn.
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Summer tacos just got a whole lot more delicious and a lot more homemade.Read More »