How to Make Succotash

In his American Classics series, cooking guru Scott Peacock offers the inside scoop on making pure and simple succotash.
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The ideal succotash is as good on its own as it is an accompaniment. Try Scott Peacock's pure and simple version, which features sweet corn, tender butter beans, a hint of country ham, and a bit of butter and cream, then customize yours with tomatoes, squash, and herbs on hand.

Click through the following slides for Scott's insider tips on working with the five key ingredients that make up his succotash recipe: corn, butter beans, country ham, butter, and cream.