As you all know, I tend to grill everything during the summer months.
Old farmhouse + summer heat = forget using the oven.
And naturally, the Fourth of July is one of the holidays where grills everywhere get a serious workout.
I would love to share with you guys a quick grilling tip for corn that I shared with the woman in line behind me at the grocery store yesterday. She had 3 dozen ears of corn in her buggy and was planning on grilling them, hoping “they wouldn’t burn.”
Enter today’s Quick Tip Friday.
Grilling corn is my absolute favorite way to eat it. It’s so delicious and I love the charred flavor.
To prep the corn, put the ears of corn in a stock pot and fill the pot with cold water. Let the corn sit for at least and hour. The husks will hydrate from all the water, and will keep from burning up in flames. Once you are ready to grill, remove the corn from water and let the excess water drip off, or dab with a towel. Put directly on the grill.
Also, when you grill corn, you do need to turn it every couple minutes or so.
And while you’re at it, enjoy your grilled corn with this delicious herbed butter recipe!!
Enjoy today’s Quick Tip Friday!