My family called this recipe fried corn, but it’s really sort of a cross between creamed corn and fried, but to clear, it’s not soupy creamy like canned creamed corn and has tons more flavor. It used to be hard to find truly sweet corn, but with all the hybrids out there these days it’s fairly easy. I personally try to use “brentwood” sweet corn, and preferably white. But any sweet corn will work fine. My Granny taught me this recipe, she was one of those fabulous cooks, who never measure anything. If you need a larger quantity than what I’ve provided for in the recipe, no problem. Just add more corn. And adjust the seasons and fats accordingly. This is an easy recipe, even for novice cooks. If you have questions I didn’t cover in the directions, please email me, I’ll try to respond in a timely fashion. Now it’s prime corn time at most farmers market, so get out there and get some corn!! Oh, btw, I make this for bbq’s (at my daughter in laws request, she actually pouts if I don’t make this), but I love it with simple family meals, especially meatloaf.