Grilled Corn on the Cob

For our cookout with my bible study small group last weekend I wanted to add something simple and fun to the menu.  This was a big hit and so easy!

Here’s what you need:

1-2 unshucked ears of corn per person


Crate & Barrels Corn on the Cob seasoning {they have two kinds–both are super!} or your own:  salt, pepper, cayenne pepper, or Lawry’s season salt would work


Peel corn only down to the bottom of the cob–do not completely remove

Remove all corn silk and discard

Tie the shucks with kitchen twine {this makes a great handle for holding the corn while eating}

Soak the corn in water for at least 10 minutes

Grill on medium/high {350-400} for approximately 15 minutes, turning frequently

Remove corn from the grill and butter it on all sides

Sprinkle on seasoning and serve!

Mmmmmmmmm–tastes like summer!

Happy Friday~

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8 thoughts on “Grilled Corn on the Cob

  1. I looove grilled corn. I only recently discovered it. I have always put mine in aluminum foil, I’ll have to try leaving the stalks on at the end and grilling directly on the grill 🙂

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