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Category: Holiday Foods/4th of July
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Contributor: loafer
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Roasted Corn on the Cob
Corn never tastes better than when it's still on the cob, and cooking it doesn't get much easier than when you roast it on the grill.

1 dozen ears of corn, with husks
1 stick butter
Salt and pepper

1. Without removing the husks or silk, soak the corn in water for 15 minutes.

2. Remove from the water and place the ears directly on the grill or coals. Rotate them with a pair of tongs while grilling so that all the sides are evenly cooked. The corn should be ready in 8 to 16 minutes, depending on how hot the fire is.

3. Remove from the grill and peel carefully because the ears will be very hot. The husks and silks should come off easily. Spread butter on the corn and season with salt and pepper. Serves 10 to 12.
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