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Grilled Sweet Corn

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–from the kitchen of Joe Hannan, extension horticulture field specialist


Put unhusked ear on a hot grill.  Cook until hot. Rotate once halfway through.  Husk the corn and serve.  Cooking with the husk on prevents the kernels from getting singed and makes it easier to husk.  When the ear is husked after cooking, the silk comes off with the husk making it very easy to clean an ear.

Back to story: http://stories.cals.iastate.edu/2011/11/teaming-up-to-support-local-food-production/

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