Corn On The Cob Grill On Memorial Day!

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Memorial Day is here! An American holiday celebrated at the last Monday in May commemorating members of the American armed forces who were killed in World War II. So literally, what’s cooking up in the oven to celebrate this day? Or maybe the term must be what’s grilling today? Searches on the recipe for the  corn on the cob grill is really popular. So we’re giving you this recipe “extraordinaire”!

Ingredients are 4 ears corn on the cob, frozen or fresh corn on the cob; 1/4 cup melted butter; 1/4 cup parmesan cheese; 1 pinch sugar; 1 pinch salt; cayenne pepper, to taste and 1-2 teaspoon dried herbs. The last two, being optional!

The first step is to obviously remove the frozen corn from its package or husk and clean the fresh corn on the cob and let it grill until it is ready. Then, put melted butter on top together with the other remaining ingredients and sprinkle some salt.

Here’s another tip, if you want it truly sweet, soak the corn ears in warm sugar water for at least 15 minutes before you do the grilling. See, it’s relatively easy. A reminder, do your marketing for the ingredients as early as possible. With all the searches for grilling corn on the cob right now, the ingredients may just run out!


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