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How to Grill Corn on the Cob
Sure, you can boil corn on the cob in a pan on the grill but you can also roast it. There are two ways to roast corn on the cob.
Remove the husks and the silk strands. Brush melted butter on the corn. Wrap the corn in foil. Place the foil-wrapped ears on directly on the grill. Roast for about 15 to 20 minutes.
Pull down the leaves but do not detach them. Remove the
silk strands then pull the leaves back up. Soak the corn
in water for ten minutes. This will help keep the corn from
burning. Place the corn directly on the grill on low heat
or on a higher shelf if your grill has one. At 400 degrees,
it will take about 20 minutes for the corn on the cob to
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