Sunday, August 3, 2014
The Corn is Great!
What to do with corn? Got a grill? Neither do I. Bored with boiling corn? I am. I find that method waters down the full flavor of the season. Here's what to do instead: preheat your oven to 425 degrees. Line an oven-ready tray with heavy-duty tin foil and lay your corn, still in the husks, down upon it (probably four ears at most, at a time). Drizzle a good fruity olive over it and and use a brush to make sure your corn is thoroughly coated, turning as you brush. Wrap the foil around it and fold over the top to create a loose seal. Put the corn-lined tray in the oven and just leave it alone for about 45 minutes. Remove the tray (careful, contents will be very hot!) and let sit further for another five minutes. When the corn is ready to be handled, slowly and carefully pull back the husks to reveal the tender, soften golden beauties inside. Grab a seat, slather with butter and sprinkle with salt (I used a few grinds of Darling Buds 'petal power' sea salt with dried rose petals, chamomile, lavender, hibiscus, and calendula).
Thanks to Lancaster Farm Fresh for the gorgeous corn via Fresh Direct!
Posted by Peter Sherwood at 7:23 PM
Labels: darling buds, fresh direct, lancaster farm fresh
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