You can boil, steam, bake, or grill it. Personally, I prefer grilled. If you want to do it this way, then you can put the cob in tinfoil with some butter and then rap it up and stick it on the grill for a few minutes.
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You throw away the outside and cook the inside. Then you eat the outside and throw away the inside. What is it?
cobcorn fruit carcasses Corn on the cob.. you toss out the husk, cook and eat the corn, then toss away the cob. It could be chicken as well. You toss the skin, cook and eat the meat. Toss the bones. Corn on the cob....
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What part of the cob do you eat when you eat corn on the cob?
When you eat corn on the cob, the part you eat are the kernels of corn. The cob is the inedible fibrous structure to which the kernels are attached before you eat them. ...
How to convert corn on the cob to corn in a can?
To turn corn on the cob into corn in a can just cut the corn from the cob. Most often corn is blanched or cooked before it is canned. It can also be pickled or relished. There are a variety of was to remove corn from the cob. A simple paring knife works well, but there are also specialty tools made for this purpose. ...
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How different between sweet corn and corn on the cob?
Corn on the cob is sweet corn that is eaten directly off of the cob. If you have sweet corn, corn on the cob is a great way to eat it, either boiled for five to ten minutes (depending on desired level of doneness) or grilled. Sweet corn doesn't have to be eaten on the cob: it can also be cut off with a knife after cooking and then eaten or canned. ...
Did pilgrims eat corn on the cob at the first Thanksgiving?
It is not known if the pilgrims ate corn on the cob or cut the corn off the cob at the first Thanksgiving. They were celebrating a good corn harvest, so they ate corn in some form. ...
How long do you soak corn on cob before grilling?
You don't have to soak corn on the cob at all to grill it. Simply rinse the corn thoroughly in cold running water, lay it on a piece of tin foil large enough to wrap the ear of corn in, add a teaspoon of butter, a little salt and pepper, and seal it in the foil. It doesn't take long for fresh corn to cook on the grill; probably no longer than 10 minutes. If you over-cook, the corn may be...