Pinteresting Post – The Many Faces of Corn

“Eat your vegetables.” This may be one of the most dreaded statements that children hear while growing up. As a child, my parents were very strict when it came to eating what we were served. If we ever mustered up the courage to proclaim we didn’t like something, the rejected food would still be patiently waiting for us come next morning.

Let me tell you, that rejected plate of veggies somehow had the mystical ability to grow twice it’s size overnight…and horns. I’m sure of it.

While I may have felt my palate was being tragically abused as a kid, I’m glad to say I outgrew my aversion to our cruciferous friends, and love just about any vegetable now.

Except beets. Sorry beets, you’re just gross.

A favorite of mine and especially my son, is corn on the cobb. We have so many favorite ways to enjoy this summer treat, so here’s just a few.



1. Mexican Corn on the Cobb, via Pinterest. Recipe from

2. Sweet & Spicy Corn, via Pinterest. Recipe from Homesick Texan.

3. Basil Corn on the Cobb, via Pinterest. Taste of Home recipe here.

4. Cuban Grilled Corn on the Cobb with Queso Blanco and Lime, via Pinterest. Recipe here from Oprah Magazine.

5. Coconut Glazed Corn on the Cobb, via Pinterest. Recipe from The Girl Who Ate Everything.

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Stephanie said...

Love corn on the cob, definitely have to check some of these out :)

Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious said...

Oh man I have to make all of these!

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