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Southern Style Creamed Corn (The real stuff!)


I’m a farm girl. No one believes it. I’m not into nature at all! I feel like the detective Adrian Monk when he says I’ve got nature on my hands! One of the things that we grew was corn. Every year we’d sit outside breaking beans and preparing our corn. We’d go into the kitchen and we’d cook, cut, and freeze cream corn. These are wonderful memories, I’ll forever cherish.

6 half ears of Corn

1/2 cup milk

2 tablespoons flour

salt and pepper

1-2 tablespoons butter

Boil corn until heated all the way through. Cut corn off the cob. Once you’ve done this take knife and use the wrong side and scrape down the ear to get the juice and other yumminess out of the ear of corn. Add butter and flour to the corn once you’ve added it back to the pan. Stir. Mix in milk and stir until similar to a gravy consistency. You may or may not need to add more milk. It is favorable to add a little bit of milk at a time and stir constantly. Add pepper and salt.


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