There’s something about fresh, sweet, juicy corn on the cob that just screams summer. You bite into those pearl-like kernels and taste a burst of sweet juice. It just doesn’t get better than this. Except it does: Sweet corn, in season, is really cheap. It starts out at two for $1, then four, then … well who knows? (Albertson’s recently had them for 17 cents each!) At farmer’s markets, especially at the end of the day, sometimes you can get six or more for a buck. Such a deal. For recipes and ideas on how to use this seasonal treat, check it out on our sister site, Living on the Cheap.