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From Johnna’s Kitchen: Pancake Corn Fritters


In celebration of National Corn Fritters Day on July 16th, today’s recipe is something familiar on many Southern plates. Corn fritters are a traditional snack of the South that consist of corn kernels, eggs, flour, milk, and melted butter. Depending on your preference, corn fritters can be fried or baked. Although corn fritters originated in… Read more »

From Johnna’s Kitchen: Summer Steamed Clams

They can be found all over the beach, and are a staple at many summer parties. They’re CLAMS! This tasty mollusk has over 2,000 varieties, most of which can be prepared many different ways. Some of the most common types to the East coast are Steamers, Cockles, Quahogs, Cherrystones, Littlenecks, Topnecks, and Razor clams. These tips from… Read more »

From Johnna’s Kitchen: Strawberry Pretzel Salad

This week we have three ingredients with interesting histories to make a unique – and delicious – recipe! Strawberries: Members of the rose family, the strawberry plant is a perennial. This means if you plant one now, it will come back next year and the following and the year after that. It may not bear fruit… Read more »

From Johnna’s Kitchen: Spaghetti Squash with Peas & Parmesan

Actually a fruit, but known as a vegetable, “squash” comes from the Narragansett Native American word “askutasquash,” which means “eaten raw or uncooked.” Squashes come in many different shapes and colors including tan, orange, and blue. Did you know Presidents Washington and Jefferson grew squash in their gardens? The more yellow the squash, the more flavorful… Read more »