Try to remember the first time you have visited the fair, and there, just before you went on the giant wheel, holding your parents’ hands with dread, you have tasted them for the first time. We are talking, of course, about the all-time favored corn dogs.
Remember how when you were little you used to sit in the kitchen while your grandmother was cooking? How you used to watch carefully when she was breaking some eggs to make an omelet, or mixing some magical ingredients in a large bowl, turning them into a cake in front of amazed eyes.
If you grew up in New England or Pennsylvania, you might know this next dish as a traditional Thanksgiving side dish, but the Succotash (meaning “broken corn kernels” in traditional Narragansett) is a standalone dish by itself and can be served in any season as a light meal.