I love corn on the cob, and I usually just boil it on the stove, which can take some time AND make my kitchen MUCH warmer than it needs to be the summer.
When we had our little weekend getaway a few weeks ago to my in-laws cabin in the mountains, we grilled out and decided to try grilling the corn. It was a very simple process, and the corn was fabulous.
First, you pull the shucks down, spread some butter on the corn and then sprinkle it with salt and pepper. I went a little heavy on the seasoning because that’s how we like it. Then, you put the shucks back up, wrap the corn in aluminum foil and stick them on the grill for 30 minutes. Easy-peasy, and it’s a great summer recipe for all your cookouts!