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You may be content to grill corn all summer long, but if you feel like upping the ante, try one of these recipes from our archives.

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Elote Corn With Charred-Corn Mayo. The charred-corn mayo is addictive.

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Smoked Corn and Black Bean Salad. It goes well with any number of grilled goods.

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Fusilli With Corn Sauce. A simple, meatless pasta dish that tastes of pure corn.

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Chipotle Shrimp With Tomato Corn Salsa. The flavors of summer.

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Marinated Corn, Tomato and Halloumi Salad. The only cooking you’re doing here is a quick sear of halloumi slices.

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Corn Souffle. With a simple souffle method from Jacques Pepin.

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Buckwheat Corn Bread. Buckwheat adds nuttiness. (And if you’ve got some rendered turkey, duck, goose or bacon fat in the fridge or freezer, here’s a chance to use it!)

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Double Corn Summer Chowder. Slurp it warm or chilled.