As buttery as yellow and as sweet as white, this corn has it all. Usually predominantly yellow with a sprinkle of white kernels.
Rinse corn in cool water before preparing. Kernels may be sliced off of the cob for use in salads, sautés, cornbread, and more. To make corn on the cob, simply remove leaves and silk, and toss the cob in salted boiling water for 5 minutes. Grilling techniques include putting the cob on the grill or putting the husk directly on the coals. Corn even takes well to the microwave.