I live in the Midwest and I am convinced that there is NO better way to eat fresh summer sweet corn!
The trick is not to soak it! If you soak the corn the result will be steamed and not truly "roasted". The husks may get a little burned but the corn will be perfect. (I know, it was hard for me the first time too, just trust me)
P.S. Use the freshest sweet corn you can get!
This is the number one most requested dish at my house. Even my picky pre-teen daughters love this.
Legend has it that this dish is named after a nineteenth century opera singer, Luisa Tetrazzini.
This dish MUST be made a day in advance.
This is an easy one to make in your electric skillet. Some folks don't like the texture of cubed steak, but this method makes 'em tender and really flavorful. Great with mashed potatoes and green beans.
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