Grilled Corn Fritters
I’ve been waiting for tomorrow to come for several months and tomorrow it’s finally here. Confused? I don’t blame you. I’m talking about Divergent, y’all! Did you just roll your eyes? You know how obsessed I am over Divergent and it’s FINALLY being released on DVD tomorrow. I jumped on that pre-order janx back in March and I can’t believe it’s already been five months. I will be one disappointed girl if my preordered copy doesn’t deliver tomorrow. They said it was a guarantee but according to FedEx tracking, I’m not getting it until Wednesday. I know, it’s a tragedy. Oh well, I guess I have no control over that, as long as I get this week, I’ll be fine. Did I mention I was having a Divergent viewing party with some girlfriends on Saturday evening? Yes, wine and Theo James is a splendid combo. Oh wait, what? Oh right, right…it’s wine and Divergent. Ha, silly me..what was I thinking? ;)
Let’s take a moment and admire these grilled corn fritters. I don’t know about you but I consume so much sweet corn in the summer time that I could probably be a stalk of corn. Just last week Jason and I went to the store and bought eight ears of corn and we each devoured two that evening and the evening after. They’re just so cheap (4 for $1 at our store) and so easy to make. Oh, wanna hear a funny story about my first corn cooking experience? Of course you do.
Last year, when Jason and I decided to have corn one evening, I was like “oh man, but this is going to take forever to cook, we should’ve started earlier.” He was like, “huh, what? It only takes like 3 minutes to cook corn” and I was like “um no, it takes like 40 minutes.” He looked at me like I just said I wanted a divorce or something. Yeah, so I learned then that my parents had been cooking corn completely wrong my entire life and I inherited that. My parents have since changed from 40 minutes to 3 minutes for corn cooking – don’t you worry! Now please go make these grilled corn fritters because they’re like one of the most epic ways to eat grilled corn in the summertime and they’re so easy!!
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Posted on August 04, 2014