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Sweet ways to cook with sweet corn


Published: Wed, July 17, 2013 @ 12:00 a.m.

Sweet ways to cook with sweet corn

Corn on the cob with some butter is a popular side dish, but there’s so much more you can do with fresh, juicy corn.

Recipes, including one for Sweet Corn and Tomato Bisque (above), on C2.

Big flavor in minutes

Grilling season is here, and backyard cooks are turning up the heat with new trends from the “McCormick Grill Mates & Lawry’s Flavor Forecast 2013: Grilling Edition.”

According to the experts in the McCormick kitchens, the technique to master this grilling season is 5-Minute marinating — a hands-on technique that infuses popular cuts of meat with big flavor in less time than it takes to heat the grates.

Recipe for Grilled Sweet Tea & Soy Pork Tenderloin on C2.

Just the jar for spices

Spices and dried herbs will find a comfortable home in the Chalkboard Spice Jars from Anthropologie.

The stoneware jars, which each hold 8 ounces, feature an erasable chalkboard label space.

The lids on the jars come in five colors (dark blue, sky, white, silver, coral) and feature a rubber seal.

They should be hand-washed.

The jars are $10 each.

For a store locator or to buy, visit anthropologie.com.

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