|James McNair's Corn|
|by James McNair|
With southwestern and country-style cooking sweeping the nation, master chef James McNair focuses on an all-American classic--corn.
Tip: Try cob grilled for more results.
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You will need ... the ears of corn (I use a ... husk. Pre-heat any grill. You'll want ... give a sweeter taste and aroma while grilling. Have fun with it!
Remove husks and silks from ears of corn. For each ... of aluminum foil. Grill on barbecue, covered, ... minutes. Turns out perfectly moist every time.
Husk and clean six ears of corn. Put 1 cob each on heavy ... on a Gas Grill on medium heat ... as it will not burn. The corn is superb! Easy and so good.
In saucepan melt ... each ear of corn on a 12 ... expansion of steam. Grill over medium hot coals, turning occasionally, about 15 minutes. Makes 6 servings.
Cream together butter, ... husks and silk corn. Do not ... and pat dry. Rub corn with butter mixture. Place back the husks. Grill 20 minutes on each side.
Serves 8. In ... one side of corn husk away from cob without removing completely ... to close. Prepare grill. Place corn ... serve, strip off husks and silk.
Place corn on a very ... or barbeque seasoning if desired). Fold foil carefully to be sure it is sealed. Place on grill. Cook for 30 minutes. Turn often.
You also need ... silks. Gently rinse corn; pat dry. ... at top of cob. Grill over medium coals ... if you use cilantro. Squeeze lemon if you use basil.
Wrap the unopened corn in foil. Put on top of charcoal grill. Cook for about 45 minutes, turning ever so often. Shuck and eat - with butter.
Remove husks; wash and clean corn. Place each ... snugly. Preheat gas grill. Cook, with ... medium setting 25 minutes or until done, turning frequently.
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