In the winter, polenta, sausage and greens is a dinner we probably make at least once a week. Sometimes we'll mix it up with a rich tomato sauce or I'll cool the polenta in a pan, slice it into squares and fry it to have with a big salad. But in the summer we're rarely inspired to make a pot, likely because it just seems like such a stick-to-your-ribs cold weather food. But have you tried fresh corn polenta made with ripe summer corn? Now that's a different story.