Bacon – Honey – Sriracha
Corn on the Cob

Bacon Honey Sriracha Corn on the Cob

Fresh Local Grown Jersey Sweet Corn

available in the Farmer’s Market

During the dog daze of August nothing screams “grilling season” more than corn on the cob. Fresh, local grown, juicy and bursting with flavor, this summertime staple is a must have at any cookout. Granted you can’t go wrong with butter, salt and herbs; if you want to add some pizzazz to the meal try this twist on corn on the cob using sriracha, bacon, honey and hot peppers.
INGREDIENTS
1/4 cup hot peppers, fresh and diced if you have them
1/4 cup honey
1/4 cup butter, melted
4 corn ears, shucked
approx 3 to 4 slices of bacon per ear
sriracha for drizzling
Preparation and Grilling
Bacon Honey Wrapped Corn on the Cob
1 – Mix the chipotle peppers, honey, and melted butter in a bowl to make a glaze.
2 – Start wrapping the ear of corn with a strip of bacon, securing with toothpick. Continue with bacon strips until entire ear wrapped and secured.
3 – Have sriracha available to drizzle
4 – Heat grill to medium-high. Spray grill with non-stick spray.
5 – Roll the wrapped corn in the honey-chipotle glaze, then drizzle with sriracha sauce and place onto the grill.
6 – Turn the corn every 2 to 3 minutes. Occasionally baste the corn with the remaining glaze until corn is cooked and bacon is crisp. Ready in about 20 to 25 minutes.
Bon Appetit

Bergen County’s Best Kept Gardening Secret

Goffle Brook Farms – Garden Center/Farmer’s Market

425 Goffle Road Ridgewood,NJ 0745
(201) 652-7540
By |2019-08-09T15:07:29-04:00August 7th, 2019|Recipes, The Farmers Market|0 Comments

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Goffle Brook Farms
After 50 years of serving Bergen County, Goffle Brook Farm is successfully managed by founders Richard and Dancy’s daughter, Donna Dorsey, along with their son-in-law Kurt Dorsey. The family traditions remain alive and well. Kurt and Donna have two boys, Clinton and Kyle and there’s reason to believe there might be a third generation running Goffle Brook Farm someday.

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