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Perfect corn. Easy, no mess and delicious!!

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55tbird June 24, 2013

Deb, This is a wonderful way of cooking corn.
I used the Barbie and it worked so very well!
And butter over the top...........Just divine!
Thanks for posting Deb.............. Awesome, simple and delcious!

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Tisme January 11, 2012

Perfect and low maintenance way of cooking corn! This was so sweet and juicy. I topped it with some garlic-chili butter for a fantastic side. Thanks for this great method.

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sofie-a-toast August 07, 2011

There are only two ways I will ever make corn on the cob. One is grilled.
This is the other.
Baking makes the corn taste rich and sweet, not watered-down like boiled corn. It's the best way to make corn when the weather precludes grilling. For me this is the only way to cook corn indoors.
Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl July 18, 2011

This coen is great! I already had the oven going for some bread so thew the corn in with it. It got hot and cooked completely and not all watery like when I boil it. Will be making this more often! I did clean some of the silk off, pulled the husks down about 1/2 way; didn't seem to bother it. Made for PRMR.

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AZPARZYCH June 28, 2011

Easiest way to fix corn on the cob there is. I didn't bother removing the silks, no need. The few that were still there came off with ease. Thanks for a keeper recipe.

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2Bleu May 06, 2011

Stand up and take a bow Deb....this is a brilliant way of cooking corn!
I've baked corn before, usually slathered in a flavoured butter and wrapped up in tin foil, or in the husk with some sort of addition to it...but never on it's own.
I also pulled back the husks, to remove the silks...then I popped them onto my new baby..the Weber Q.
They came out wonderfully...and I have to admit that I was a little surprised about HOW well they came out.
I only cooked two, as DD seems to have gone off corn, and DS has wobbly teeth, and some missing, so eating corn isn't on option for him at the moment...or so I thought!!!
DH hung on to his cob, but whenever I put mine onto my plate to eat something else, a little hand would stretch out, grab it, nibble it and pop it back again...between the two of them, they didn't leave much for me. That's a recommendation in itself!!
I'm definitely converted...no need to swamp them in butter, when they come out so juicy and tender this way. Thanks again Deb.
Made for PRMR.

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Noo January 17, 2011

So easy, how can you not give it a five! My corn turned out very juicy.....juice squirted out with every bite....rare this late in the season for my area. I'll definitely do this again. I did pull the husks back and remove the silks before returning the husks to the corn and baking...also washed the corn...don't know if this affected the recipe, but mine turned out great!

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breezermom December 11, 2010

I loved this way of making corn! No more mess while cleaning it.Here being cold,we managed to get more corn from my parents's little garden. Thanks for this great tip,I'll make sure to use it more next year.

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littlemafia September 27, 2010

This is a great way to cook the corn. It turned out perfect. Thanks Deb :) Made for Holiday tag

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Boomette August 23, 2010
Baked Corn on the Cob