This is Kahuku (located on the north shore of Oahu) corn, which is about half the size of supermarket corn. It has tiny kernels and coppery-brown silk. It is sweet, sweet, sweet.
Locally grown spinach is so light and tender it practically melts in your mouth when you bite into it. It is also super-sweet and bursting with spinach-y flavor. I had it in a salad for lunch yesterday, but this batch was swirled into a pot of garlicky white beans which we ate along with the boiled corn and pan-fried pork chops for dinner a couple of nights ago.