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Friday, 27 July 2012


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I love grilled corn on the cob! Nice looking chicken, too, Cathy!


I've got at least eight ears of corn growing in the yard right now, Carol; can't wait to try my own. Cooking birds this way is so easy since I figured out how to use the outdoor grill as an oven.

ed (from yuma)

Tina and I (mostly Tina) have grilled corn a few times recently - it's so good. It's nice to get some more tips. Your results look great. And grilled lettuce?!?!


Thanks, ed. Yes, lettuce. We had so much growing in the yard and I read about grilling; it works. The Mister puts various herbs/seasoning mixes on his before grilling but I like pepper and salt.


Thanks for that great tip on getting the husk and silk off in one pull. I also want to try the Mexican corn, as I have some Tajin in my cupboard at the moment. My co-workers sprinkle it on fruit. I have a charcoal kettle grill, and as Ed said we've been doing some more grilling this summer.


I bet you'll like the Mexican corn, Tina. I use Tajin on a lot of things in the summer-fruit, jicama, cucumbers. You might notice in the photo the Tajin bottle is larger than the mayonnaise jar; Costco- 14 ounces.

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