Sweet Corn Gazpacho

Gazpacho with a Twist

There’s no doubt that corn played a big role in New England’s culinary history. Native Americans cultivated corn changing both cob length and size to make it edible and useful. Colonists also grew corn and used it for cakes, breads, puddings and flour. As any New Englander knows, when local corn is good and fresh – it’s delicious.

Now, thanks to Kristen of The Endless Meal, we can enjoy corn in a whole new way. Her light and summery recipe for Sweet Corn Gazpacho is the perfect late August meal. So head out to your local farm or farmers’ market for a few ears and click here for the delicious recipe.


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