Creamed Summer Corn (and a new addition!)

Hi everyone! As you probably guessed, store I’ve been a bit busy with our new addition. Olivia Camero Ainslie made her debut on Saturday, sales June 18th at 10:29 PM. She was 6 lbs 5 oz., 19 inches long and cute as a button! Here she is at 2 weeks old (cue the awwwww). Thank you all for your well-wishes!


Although I’ve miraculously been finding the time to cook, our meals have been nothing to blog about. Mostly sandwiches, stir-frys and my standard pasta with sausage and kale. But I finally found time to make something easy and still delicious enough to share. Summer means corn and I was looking for a side dish that was luscious, but not too heavy. (I’ve got some Ben & Jerry’s baby weight to shed!)

Creamed Summer Corn

This creamed corn is much lighter than the traditional version, and oh my was it good! The corn was sweet and summery and a little creamy. Cherry tomatoes, lime zest and fresh basil add just the right amount of brightness. It was a most perfect summer side dish and made our otherwise boring lunch (sandwich, of course) something special.

Now that things have settled into more of a pattern, I’m looking forward to blogging at least once a week. Wish me luck!

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  1. Yay for Olivia! The dish, and the baby, looks scrumptious. :)

  2. Congrats on the arrival of your daughter. The corn dish looks yummy.

  3. Welcome Olivia!!! She is so cute, I love the pose :-). The corn dish looks nice too, corn is one of my favs, especially in the summer.

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  5. Congratulations! She’s adorable :D
    The corn looks delicious! I love that it’s a healthier alternative and it looks great :)

  6. Olivia is such a cutie .. with that huge hat :D
    I make something very similar with corn but never added tomato though. This looks so colorful!

  7. Awwwww is right! What a sweetie pie. Almost makes me want another one…….. nah, 4 is enough. ;)
    CONGRATULATIONS! Babies Rock! ;)

  8. lovely little girl! and great summer dish too!Congrats!:)

  9. Great..

    But what is the meaning of ( 4 ears of fresh corn )


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  11. I’ve been following your site for a few months now, and I’m happy to see you’re back. I send you, Tom and Olivia the very best wishes for many days of happiness together. Congratulations!

  12. Congrats on the baby, she is beautiful!

    I LOVE summer corn, great recipe!

  13. Congrats! Olivia is adorable! And this creamed corn looks delicious!

  14. Welcome to the world Olivia! You are a real cutie.

  15. Congratulations!! I haven’t been on here in a while and I love reading you had a baby!! Nice job!! She’s beautiful and what a beautiful name!

  16. Yay Olivia!
    Congrats… seemed like that went fast!
    She is a cutie!

  17. Olivia is beautiful!!!
    Enjoy your time as a new mama! I share my middle name with my mother so I love that you girls do too!!! Special!

  18. I am just catching up on blogs and see how late I am with Congratulations !!
    She is adorable and so tiny, I forget how tiny new babies are :)
    A beautiful name for a beautiful baby girl, wishing you all the best forever !

  19. A lovely little girl! Congratulations! Girls are so special-I have three. The corn looks great, too!

  20. Yum! Loving the last of the summer corn right now!

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