We've adored grilled corn on the cob since our grandfathers used to cook it over hot coals in a half barrel every labor day.
It was just this year that we finally tried it ourselves.
The delicious smokiness took us right back. And tasted like summer epitomized.
Rating: 1/4 assed (Super easy)
Here's how you do it
Soak your corn cobs (still in husks) in a bowl of water for 1 to 3 hours. (Really, there's no need to shuck silk and twine husks together as some recipes advocate.) Place on grill at low heat, turning often, like hot dogs. To evenly cook, make sure to keep on grill for 20 to 30 minutes.
Shuck, slather with your choice of toppings and enjoy.