Did I mention that we have a lot of corn at the moment? The first day back from our holidays, I picked 14 cobs and, two days later, eight more. We, usually, have a glut this time of the year and go into corn fritter mode. I have previously posted Bill Grangers’ sweetcorn fritters with roasted tomatoes and bacon and corn & ricotta cakes with roasted tomatoes and pesto from Delicious magazine. If you are inundated with corn or love corn fritters, I recommend both recipes but, for us, it was time to try something new. Continue reading
Category Archives: Corn
Marinated Chicken with Corn & Avocado Salad
Whilst those in the northern hemisphere may be lamenting the end of a short summer, I am lamenting the end of an equally short winter. Many moan about having 9 months of winter and 3 months of summer but not me. We have 9 months of summer and 3 months of winter. Continue reading
Corn & Ricotta Cakes with Roasted Tomatoes and Pesto
‘Not more corn fritters’, I hear you say. I like corn fritters and, as we had ricotta in the fridge, I was on the look out for a recipe that would use it up. I went into eatyourbooks and searched ‘ricotta’. This recipe took my fancy. Continue reading
Leek & Corn Chowder
I like a good chowder.
This recipe has been in my recipe book for quite a while. I don’t remember how it got there or whether I have made it before. Continue reading
Sweetcorn Fritters with Roasted Tomato and Bacon
As you all know, I have been to Sydney recently. We stayed at Adina Apartment Hotel in Surry Hills (which, by the way, I highly recommend – great value for money and perfect location) and Bill Granger’s bill’s was in the same building. We went there for lunch one day and I had the sweetcorn fritters with roasted tomato and bacon. It was very nice. So nice in fact that I decided to make it the other night. I don’t have any of Bill Granger’s books but thought I would see if I could find the recipe on the internet. Sure could. I was amazed how popular the recipe was. I found quite a few copies of it. It was, invariably, described by bloggers as the famous Bill Granger’s sweetcorn fritters.