BBQ FAQ Section 15.4

 

15.4 Corn

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[Any ideas on not-too-spicy side dishes besides beans, slaw and salad? Veggies, maybe?]

Danny Gaulden--

Try this for a couple of great side dishes.

Corn in the husk: Soak corn in cool water for a few hours, then throw it on grill--husk and all. Takes me about 45 to 50 minutes at about 350F to get it like I want it. Don't worry about the husk turning burnt-looking towards the end of the cooking time. That's normal. After done, take off husk, silk, rub in butter, and sprinkle on a little salt and pepper. Good stuff. BTW, the reason for soaking the corn in water is to create a natural steaming process as it cooks on the grill.

Try to pick out some really good and naturally sweet corn. That plays a great role in how good the end results will be. If you are in doubt as to when the corn is done, don't panic. Just take one off the grill and check it. Do a taste test.

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