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Grilled Corn on the Cob

Grilling corn on the cob on your grill is easy. First, you must start with the most fresh and crisp corn in the husk as is available in your area. Check your corn by peeling a top corner back at the husk and silk, and examine the contents. The kernels should be shiny and dry, the silk should be fine, slightly moist, and cream to pale yellow in color. Some bare spots at the cob are okay, as long as they are dry and white. Any brown, black, or mushy spots on the kernels, cob, or silk denote problems, and these pieces should not be used. Continue reading


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