Gingered Sweet Corn with Lime

gingered corn

I want to hit the rewind button on summer.

It’s moving way too quickly.  But, one of the only reasons I look forward to the last month of  summer is for the bountiful harvest of sweet summer corn that adorns the markets, farm stands and summer menus.

A meal in my house does not feel complete without the incorporation of ears of corn, prepared any way: boiled, grilled, roasted.

Today’s recipe contains a “spunky spin” on our family summer favorite.  The addition of minced garlic and ginger and lime to the kernels of buttery corn add a subtle bite to the otherwise traditional dish.

It’s delicious, easy to make, and tastes just as great served hot or freshly chilled from the fridge.

Enjoy. I know you will.


  1. Michael L. Levn.M.D. says:

    wonderfu la and easy to ssemble What a twist- especially if you use Maryland corn ( white kernels with higher sugar content)

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