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Old 05-31-2007, 12:16 PM   #11
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I use Fireweaver's method, except that I like to throw apple wood on the fire and cook by the indirect method (divided charcoal beds with the wood on top of the hot coals to prevent scorching the corn, vents adjusted half closed). The smoke adds a nice flavor. I cool the fire by adjusting the vents to give the smoke more time to flavor the corn. Great with just butter, but season as you like.

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Old 06-29-2007, 05:07 PM   #12
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Wow....These are all some great tips with grilling corn on the cob. I have tried many different spices, but there are some new ideas to try here. I love the handle method of grilling corn. It gives a great flavor from the smoke.
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Old 07-20-2007, 09:43 PM   #13
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I love grilled corn on the cob. I just brush it lightly with oil and stick it straight on the grill. Bknox has the right idea. Flavored butter is awesome. My favorite for corn is lime. It gives it a southwestern flavor.
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My favourite is to remove the silk, leaving the husks intact and then soak the whole cob in beer for a couple of hours. Shake em off and grill, in the husks. I like to serve it with lime/chili butter.

This onion soup method sounds very tasty!
this sounds very very close to what i already do
my only suggestion is garlic and old bay seasoning while grilling
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