You know. You don’t have to eat corn on the cob, on the cob. You can eat corn on the cob, off the cob too.
Top it with salt, butter and pepper.
Or top it with Agave syrup.
Or top it with a sprinkle of cayenne pepper.
Or top it with lime juice and black pepper.
Or top it with sour cream and parmesan cheese.
Or … well … you get the point.
Plus this way, you can store the leftover corn for use later in the week. You can’t really do that with corn on the cob on account of the fact that it gets all gross and wrinkly. When you take it off the cob, it doesn’t do that for some reason. It stays plump and tight and doesn’t get wrinkly at all.
Something for the cosmetics industry to look into perhaps.
So if you’re sick of your normally favourite side dishes, don’t ditch the dish. Just do it a little differently.
I mean, you don’t always have sex in the same muffler repair shop utility closet, do you? No. You change it up.
Do the same with your food.