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It's time for corn!

Kernels scraped off cob are good raw or go into succotash, sausage gravy

SAUSAGE AND CORN GRAVY
SAUSAGE AND CORN GRAVY
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For most of us, piping hot, slathered with butter and sprinkled with salt really is the best way to enjoy corn on the cob. Our only gripe with it? It’s so good, we tend to forget that fresh corn doesn’t need to be cooked to be delicious. In fact, raw corn eaten right off the cob is easily one of the freshest, sweetest ways to capture the taste of summer. And adding raw corn kernels ...


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