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Friday, July 23, 2010

My grilled corn on the cob recipe

1) Pull back husk and remove the silk. You can thin out some of the husk but DO NOT remove it entirely!

2) Get all porno on the ear with margarine (not butter, as vegetable oils work better in this heat than dairy fats) and season with any of the following: salt & pepper, Old Bay, or Tony Chachere's.

3) Restore husk to original position. This will allow the corn to cook a bit via steam before being finished off from the flames of the grill.

4) Place on hot charcoal (or gas, if you must) grill, turning every so often.

5) Allow the husks to burn off completely.

6) Turn the naked ears regularly to get a nice caramelization and serve with butter or margarine.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Bartender Cabbie said...

I tried this and loved it. I would like to post this on my new recipe blog with your permission
bc

Monday, July 26, 2010  
Blogger Chris James said...

I'm glad that you liked it. I perfected my approach one summer in the early part of the last decade before Iraq and Katrina drove up the gas prices as, as a result, the cost of corn. It was dirt cheap and I was in grad school, so I grilled it almost every night.

I would rather the recipe not be reposted verbatim, but a description/summary and a link would be cool.

Troll through some of my older posts. There are some recipes that you may or may not also like from 07 and 08.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010  
Blogger Bartender Cabbie said...

Thank you. I will summarize the recipe and give your site full credit via a link. Thanks again. Your posts are enjoyable reading.
BC

Tuesday, July 27, 2010  

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