Just a quick blurb. Before my daughter returns to college, I wanted to fix her favorite comfort foods. The problem was, no air conditioning, lots of humidity and temperatures around 85. But my name is mother and I aim to please as best as I can. After 4.5 sweltering hours, while everyone else had the God given sense to go window shopping and have lunch at a local pizza parlor -with AC, this was my product (yes that is sun tea and further down, that is BBQ meat).
PS… always add a little cream or milk to your cob corn and do not boil the corn. Bring the water to a boil. Turn the stove off and add the corn. Cover and let corn steep for 30-45 mins. After the water has stopped boiling add the cream and butter. Oh and yes, fresh corn is always best but try to get it locally. Your farmers will love you. Now advice for deviled eggs. Do not attempt to make them in a hot kitchen without putting the filling in the refrigerator FIRST! Lol!