Recipe: Creamed Summer Corn

Creamed Summer Corn recipe

 

Today's recipe comes from Ad Hoc at Home, one of Thomas Keller's many indispensable cookbooks. Fans of elote, the popular Mexican street food, will recognize the addictive combination of lime, cayenne, and cream.

 

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On the Menu: Week of July 7

A cocktail at the James Beard House

 

Tuesday, July 8, 7:00 P.M 
The Starr of Philadelphia 
Heralded by critic Craig LaBan as “one of the most thrilling culinary minds to land in Philly in years,” Peter Serpico put himself on the map with the opening of his eponymous hot spot, a collaboration with restaurateur Stephen Starr. Serpico’s creative, assured viewpoint—honed at the Momofuku empire—comes through in every dish on his meticulously curated menu.

 

Wednesday, July 9, 6:30 P.M to 8:30 P.M 
Cocktails Through the Ages 
Swizzles, sours, and punches—oh my! Join us for a festive walk-around cocktail party featuring an inspired group of mixologists from New York City’s most sought-after bars and lounges. The spirited evening will feature decadent canapés and seminal libations that reflect historic eras of cocktail f... Read more >

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Eye Candy: Beausoleil Oysters with Santa Barbara Uni, Ikura, Tobiko, and Ponzu Crème Fraîche

 

The brainchild of Japanese chef Ken Tominaga and JBF Award winner Michael Mina, PABU has introduced Baltimore to Japan’s version of the gastropub, or izakaya, where soulful small plates are the name of the game. At his recent Beard House dinner, executive chef Jonah Kim shared his take on this unique dining tradition with these elegant and eye-catching Beausoleil oysters with Santa Barbara uni, ikura, tobiko, and ponzu crème fraîche. Served by the spoonful during the cocktail reception hour, these passed canapés were a perfect one-bite flavor bomb. 

 

View this event's menu and details here. For upcoming Beard House dinners, check out our events calendar. Photo by... Read more >

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What We're Reading: July 2, 2014

 

The robot takeover begins with IBM Watson’s barbecue sauce. [NPR]

 

A different sort of food truck: moving companies partner to crack down on food waste. [Civil Eats]

 

The top ten new trends from the Fancy Food Show. [Ad Age]

 

A nonprofit website in Germany acts as a Craiglist for leftovers. [... Read more >

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Recipe: Smoked Pineapple–Braised St. Louis Spare Ribs with Blackberry Barbecue Sauce

 

When you break out the grill this holiday weekend, take your al fresco menu up a notch with these show-stopping ribs from Chris Lilly of Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q. The award-winning pitmaster uses a couple of surprising ingredients to give this recipe a fruity twist. Serve with a classic potato salad and lots of napkins.  

 

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JBF in the News: James Beard Foundation Taste America® in Food Arts

James Beard Foundation's Taste America

 

Over at Food Arts, executive editor Beverly Stephen has written a recap of the James Beard Foundation Taste America® launch party, which took place at the Beard House last month. The piece highlights the event menu (bagels and lox in canapé form), captures our All-Star chefs' excitement about traveling to new cities (Barbara Lynch: "Hotlanta! I've never been there!"), and introduces the newest member of the JBF family, our miniature James Beard cutout, shown above with JBF president Susan Ungaro and Taste America All-Star Daniel Boulud.

 

Tickets for James Beard Foundation's Taste America are now on sale. Purchase them and get more details about the ten-city culinary tour here.

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What We're Reading: July 1, 2014

Haggis

 

Scottish officials ask President Obama to lift the import ban on haggis. [The Guardian

 

California Governor Jerry Brown repeals "glove law" for food service workers. [SF Gate

 

A new study shows that giving your kids a little junk food is better than banning it altogether. [Today

 

As the cupcake trend continues, edible wrappers are the next big thing. [Food Beast

 

How battlefield chocolate helped accomplish sweet victory. [... Read more >

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Test Your Eat-Q: Music and Food Cities

Match each famed music city with the dish you're most likely to find there:

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Ingredient Spotlight: Labneh

 

Greek yogurt is everywhere. In our granola bars, our hummus, even our shower gel. When a foreign health food becomes the official state snack of New York, you know it’s hit the mainstream. But one unexpected advantage of Greek yogurt’s ubiquity is the piquing of the American palate for thick, tangy spreads, and chefs are constantly looking to regional Mediterranean cuisines for similar ingredients. We noticed labneh, the Middle Eastern iteration of strained yogurt, popping up on Beard House menus this spring and summer, and realized that this spread is on the rise across the country.

 

It turns out that what we think of as "Greek Yogurt" is really just one member of the family of strained yogurts that grace most tables of Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and North African countries. In Greece, it’s called straggistó giaoúrti, in Egypt, za... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 30, 2014

Scientists suggest that insects could be the key to solving world hunger. [Science Daily]

 

Can we hack our way to a better food system? [Civil Eats]

 

The Union of Concerned Scientists has released a new report on the food industry’s sugar-coating of the sweetener’s negative health effects. [UCS]

 

With cod being overfished... Read more >

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