Since we started growing corn, I’ve wanted to make tamales. I always associated them with holidays and big events and having never made them myself, assumed they were an intimidating and laborious process. But this year, our usual tamale source fell through and Jordan and I decided it was time to throw our hats in the ring.
How to Make Homegrown Doritos
These corn chips, which we’ve lovingly named “homegrown doritos,” are the perfect vehicle to highlight all the flavors we have stored in our pantry
Huitlacoche and Cheese Grits
Huitlacoche or “Corn Smut” is the fruiting body of the Ustilago madis fungus. The fungus infects corn and its wild cousin teosinte and usually presents…