It has come to my attention that other bloggers have already started posting pumpkin and apple recipes. Sorry guys, I’m not letting go of summer produce that easily. You’re going to have to drag me away from corn and zucchini the same way you have to drag your 3-year-old out of the toy department at Target–crying, kicking, and screaming, “I HATE YOU! YOU’RE THE WORST MOM IN THE WORLD!”
So yeah, while everyone else gets a jump start on fall, I’m going to spend the next two weeks enjoying the last bit of summer. I like to cook seasonally and summer produce is still in season! I promise you it is! Sure, you could be eating apples and pumpkin right now, but you’ll have many months to eat apples and pumpkin. What about corn?! You’re going to miss fresh corn in a month when you can’t buy it anymore.
You know what you should do? Make this Sweet Corn, Sausage & Thyme Pizza.
I make my Fresh Corn, Poblano and Cheddar Pizza at the beginning and end of every summer, but I wanted to try something different, so I threw together this recipe last weekend. I love thyme and corn together and since thyme is one of the few things I’ve been able to successfully grow this summer, I thought I’d use some of that on my pizza. And then I crumbled up a Field Roast Italian sausage that I had leftover from another recipe and used that too. Field Roast is the only faux sausage I buy because it’s made with real ingredients, but if you’re partial to another brand, that will work too. This recipe is pretty effortless and pretty forgiving–adding tomatoes, zucchini, or bell peppers would be delicious too.
What else is there to say? I love this pizza and I love corn. And I’m not ready for fall yet!
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