This is a recipe I learned from Cornell Extension cooks demonstrating at a farmer's market in the Bronx. It's great when it's so hot out that you don't even want to turn on the stove, but you already bought corn. —luvcookbooks
ears of corn
red pepper, slivered into match stick sized pieces
jalapeno pepper, seeded and minced
pint cherry tomatoes, halved
scallions, cut into rings
rice wine vinegar
salt and pepper
In This Recipe
Strip the kernels from the cob. Put the cob in a bowel and use a knife, directed downward, to strip the kernels. Be careful not to scrape too deeply or you will end up with bits of fiber as well as corn kernel. Scrape the corn milk off of the cob with the flat of the knife after stripping the kernels.
Mix all the vegetables together. Mix the olive oil, vinegar, salt and pepper and toss with the vegetables. Serve immediately or refrigerate tightly covered.