Photo: Roberto Caruso
Want perfect quinoa everytime? Try cooking in a pot of boiling water, like you’d cook pasta, and then steaming slightly. This simple method yields a fluffy and delicious grain every time.
Get the recipe: Quinoa, Corn and Lentil Salad>Photo: Jodi Pudge
This soup is quick enough to throw together on a weeknight and keeps well enough to qualify as a go-to make-ahead meal.
Get the recipe: Fish and Corn Chowder>Photo: Maya Visnyei
Tired of corn on the cob? Slicing it off and sautéeing it makes for a different taste (especially when cooked with bacon!).
Get the recipe: Corn and Bacon Hash>
Sweet, fresh summer corn is tender even when it’s raw, so it purées nicely for this soup. Get the recipe: Fresh Corn Soup>
These savoury corn pancakes are a perfect addition to the breakfast-for-dinner rotation.
Get the recipe: Corn Pancakes>Photo: Jodi Pudge
Get the recipe: Turkey Taco BurgersPhoto courtesy of Ontario Turkey
Sweet corn salsa is the perfect fresh touch for juicy grilled steak. Get the recipe: Flank Steak with Fresh Salsa>Photo: Rob Caruso
This healthy and satisfying one-pot meal also makes an excellent filling for a wrap or burrito. Get the recipe: Mexican Quinoa>Photo: Maya Visnyei
What’s better than taking big bites out of juicy, saucy ribs? Oh, right, taking a second bite out of some buttered, barbecued corn. Tip: When looking for the most delicious ears of corn in the store or farmer’s market, make sure you’re looking for bright green husks with damp yellow silk sticking out—that means it’s fresh and ready to be served within two or three days. Get the recipe: Best-Ever Ribs and Corn>Photo: Yvonne Duivenvoorden
Throwing some delicious and fresh corn into your chili is a perfect way to add some colour into your bowl. Keep it seasonal by adding in some other fresh veggies. Get the recipe: Hearty Vegetarian ChiliPhoto: Maya Visnyei
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