Surprisingly Good Corn Soufflé

I don’t cook a lot with corn because mostly we just boil it ever-so-gently and gnaw it off the cob. Sometimes I’ll toss some into salsa or stir a cup of kernels into cornbread, but my need for corn recipes is, in general, pretty slight. Recently, though, I was staring down a bag of corn I’d blanchedContinue reading “Surprisingly Good Corn Soufflé”

Perfect Pumpkin Pancakes

I roast and purée and then freeze a handful of farmers market pumpkins every year. I love having the big, beautiful white and golden and green squash around to decorate with in the fall and then, once we’ve moved on to evergreens and holly, it’s time to really enjoy these gifts from the ground. TheyContinue reading “Perfect Pumpkin Pancakes”

Cheesy Grits

  I first made cheese grits as I was stirring up a batch of Chef Bill Neal’s famed Shrimp and Grits, but I quickly discovered that the whole family gobbled these up faster than I could scoop them out. Why should they be limited to only one dish, I reasoned. We now eat cheesy grits with all kinds of meals —Continue reading “Cheesy Grits”