2 results for tag: corn


Summertime Fare

Today is Thursday and my column was due on Tuesday. With all of the Water Festival revelry this week, I'm having a tough time actually getting anything accomplished. Still, we do have to eat, don't we? The big question at our house lately is, “what do you want for supper?” I could eat pizza or tacos almost every night. But, out of devout love for my husband, I've been trying to feed us a semi-healthy meal, at least once a day. The temperature is crazy-Lowcountry-hot these days, but the grill is still my favorite summer kitchen. It must be in my genes. My brother, Ray Jr., and my Daddy, Ray Sr., used to grill chicken in the heat of the summer. ...

Fried Corn on the Cob

Okay, so these pictures are a few years old. Taylor, the sweet little girl in the photo, will be starting high school in the fall. Still, this is a marvelous recipe and it could use some attention. I grew up in Wilson, North Carolina. Besides being the “World's Greatest Tobacco Market,” Wilson is the home of the best barbeque and fried chicken on the planet! My first stop off of I-95 when I go home is Parker's Barbeque for a piping hot piece of fried chicken and a few fried cornsticks dipped in Brunswick stew. I only fry food a couple of times a year even though I was raised in a world where anything and everything could be, was and still is ...