GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - Starting in late July, a rare breed of Non-GMO Sweet Corn known as Amaize Sweet Corn will be available in the Twin Cities. This naturally developed hybrid has already attracted a cult-like following locally, especially because it does not get mushy when cooked like many other types of sweet corn.
Amaize Sweet Corn is available locally at Lunds and Byerly's. On KARE 11 Saturday, Chef Peter Kuhr from Lunds and Byerly's showed us how to make four simple and delicious spreads for corn on the cob.
Mix 1/2 cup of butter with 1-2 tbsp of your favorite fresh herbs.
Mix lime juice and 1 tsp chili powder for a fat-free kick.
Hooray for Horseradish
Mix 1/2 cup of butter, 1 tbsp of mustard and 1 tsp of prepared horseradish.
Make Mine Buffalo
Mix 1/2 cup of light mayo with Frank's Red Hot Sauce (approx. 2 tbsp) to taste.