Yummy grilled corn

Posted Monday, July 21, 2008, at 4:42 PM
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  • LOL........Please contact me. I have a friend who visits who can eat his weight in corn. We cooked two bushels in five days. When he comes, next summer, we'll come visit...........LOL

    Thanks for the recipe, I'll save it.

    -- Posted by FlyinLion on Mon, Jul 21, 2008, at 5:29 PM
  • Before I posted this recipe, the editor asked me, "Why 24 ears? Why not 23 or 18?"

    My family is like your friend, so you just explained my point!

    Also, he brought up a point that I didn't address with the recipe.

    Some people have difficulty eating corn on the cob or don't like getting corn stuck in their teeth.

    Our family solves that problem by cutting the corn from the cob and serving it on a plate. I think it works because you don't have to dig into the cob to get the corn, which stops it from getting lodged in your teeth.

    Try it once, if it doesn't work you're only out a couple of days of pulling corn out of your teeth. If it works, you get to enjoy one of the summer's best garden items.

    Thanks for replying.

    For a recipe request from my grandmother and her sisters' library of cookbooks, contact me through e-mail at missivy1964@yahoo.com.

    -- Posted by MissIvy on Tue, Jul 22, 2008, at 9:59 AM
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