The Yankee Crafty B*tch teaches you how to utilize all that fresh August corn.
Fresh August corn. There is nothing like it. It’s so fresh and sweet this time of year, you can practically eat it raw, straight off the cob. We eat corn every night at the end of August and this is one of our favorite presentations short of slathered in butter and salt.
What you’ll need:
1 cup dry quinoa, cooked
4 ears of corn
The Yankee Crafty B*tch has some advice on what to grill this summer season once you've exhausted your intake of hot dogs, burgers, and corn.
At these low prices, who wouldn't buy 3,800 pounds worth of lobster?
The Yankee Crafty B*tch teaches you how to put a new spin on a summertime staple.
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