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Old 01-02-2011, 01:22 AM   #1
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Corn on the cob

Alot of people know this, others don't. When camping just soak your corn(in the husk) in water for 30 min or so...the longer the better. Make sure its good and soaked. Throw it into the coals and give it 10 min then flip. You can also rap it in tin foil, makes it a little cleaner!!
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Old 01-02-2011, 06:16 AM   #2
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I even do corn like that in the oven at home...tastes so much better!
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You can also rap it in tin foil ...
That's what Snoop Dog does.

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Yes the soak and cook method works very well. Can also do it on the BBQ grill and rotate often. You are basically steam cooking them as the moisture boils off.

Works great.
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Thats how we do it and it will turn sout good with a different taste. Just don't over cook it or it will get very flimsy on you.
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