There’s nothing like Mexico City Street Corn (pictured above).
I actually can’t get enough of it, and make it way too often (Kendrick doesn’t seem to mind).
But sometimes I’m in the mood for something equally delicious…but maybe a little simpler. A little less messy.
And when that’s my mood, I go straight for the honey.
Honey Corn is the easiest thing ever, and was inspired by a salty and sweet corn-on-a-stick I picked up at the Lexington Avenue Street Fair last summer. And we have about three seconds left of corn season, so this is a nice way to add a little sweetness should you happen to get your hands on some less-than-perfect stalks.
All you do:
1. Stick the corn in a pot of boiling water for a couple of minutes.
2. Meanwhile, whisk 1/4 cup honey into 1/2 cup melted butter until frothy.
3. Pour the honey butter over the corn, add salt to taste, and serve.