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Wow this was good!!! I was looking for a new way to cook corn on the cob- It was soooo sweet and tender. I cooked it for a little longer (10 min)- and only made 2 cobs of corn instead of 12. We will be having this again soon. Thanks so much for sharing!

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Loves2Teach July 22, 2003

This was great! This would work good with corn that isn't so fresh and may have lost some of it's sweetness. I usually roast my corn on the grill, but my husband wasn't here to help me with it so I wanted a way to cook them on the stovetop. I left the butter out of the water and served it with the corn. Thanks!

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Daphne2002 April 06, 2003

Corn on the cob , you should husk the corn not shuck the corn todays amazing sweet corns needs very little if you know when the corn is matured enough to be ripe and excellent . Some people grill it some people deep fry corn . I prefer boiling the corn and use salt pepper and brush with olive oil

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kelleyinoh August 26, 2014

A truly amazing way to prepare corn on the cob and I really didn't think this would make ANY difference. <br/><br/>I purposely purchased 8 fresh ears of corn - all were just being unloaded at the grocery store and all came from the same batch. I prepared 4 ears my "previous" standard way and 4 using BeckyF's recipe. OMG - nothing to compare. The corn prepared using Becky's recipe was outstanding and bursting with genuine fresh sweet corn flavor! My version - blah in comparison. I highly recommend this recipe!!

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Tarts4u August 19, 2014

Great recipe. Love the sweetness that the ingredients bring. Thanks for posting.

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gwynn July 10, 2012

I always wondered how the Fast Food Joints have that corn so sweet and ready... Wow. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.

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Healthy and Happy December 09, 2010

Super!! My favorite way to cook corn on the cob. We find no need for butter, S & P, or anything additional. Careful~~the pot will boil over easily with the milk.

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Ms. Mother Earth September 14, 2010

Was nice and tender although a little soggier cooking this way. Thanks for sharing!

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mammafishy August 08, 2010

Too soggy for us! The corn was waterlogged!

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Jen In The Kitchen! August 23, 2009

I made this last night and it really does cook them so tender and flavorful. I used the pepper flakes and we liked the slight bite it gave them. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe with us.

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mommyoffour August 18, 2009
Corn On The Cob