I found a few bags of stripped kernels in my freezer from last August.
If you like sometihng sweet, I made this the other night and everyone loved it. http://www.freshsupersweetcorn.com/recipes/fresh-sweet-corn-dessert-pudding/ It isn't a savory corn pudding, and the macerated strawberries are a nice touch.
Merrill posted this recipe a while back, which you might like:
I posted this recipe for Maque Choux last summer. You might like it, especially since your corn is already off the cob.
Can of black beans. (well drained and rinsed). The corn..seasoned and or roasted.
That's the base: From there.
Lime, olive oil. Cumin..a must. Salt pepper. A touch of parika (optional).
Then other additions: green onions chopped, spring onions, Cilantro chopped, Parsley (for Cilantro haters).
Lime and black beans work very well corn in a chilled salad dish. Use that as a base. Then explore additions.
So glad I'm not the only one who has freezer "discovery" moments. Corn and black bean salad - oh yes. Gorgeous colors. I'd draw the line at the limas, though. I was overfed them as a child.