Not to be corny...I know bad pun. Anyway, here are some recipes where the primary ingredient is corn.
One teacupful of milk, three eggs, one pint of green corn grated, a little' salt and as much flour as will form a batter. Beat the whites and yolks of the eggs separately. To the yolks add the corn, salt, milk and flour enough to form a batter. Beat the whole hard, stir in the whites and drop the batter, a spoonful at a time, into hot lard and fry to a light brown color.—Mamie E. Brown Waldron.
CORN FRITTERS No. 2.
One pint of flour, one-half cupful of milk, two eggs, onehalf can of corn, one and one-half teaspoonfuls of baking powder, a little salt. Drop from spoon into hot fat.— Mrs. S. D. Raymond.
Scrape frcm the cob one pint of corn. Cream one teaspoonful of butter, work into it one heaping teaspoonful of flour, one teaspoonful of sugar, one of salt and one-fourth teaspoonful of pepper. Stir in slowly one cupful of milk, then turn in the corn. Add the beaten yolks of three eggs, then the whites beaten to a stiff froth, spread on top after turning into a well-buttered baking dish. Bake for twenty minutes.—Elizabeth Williams.
One can corn chopped fine, three eggs, salt and pepper, two tablespoonfuls of flour (good sized ones). Fry in butter.—Mrs. B. C. Macomber.