Corn on the Cobb
Recipe Type: Entree
Author: Grill Dome Admin
I throw the corn on the grate (I’ve got a medium GD and they don’t make the drop down grate for that size), but you could certainly put it directly on the coals. Soaking the ears ahead of time prevents the husks from catching fire. (learned the hard way there).
  • Several Ears of Corn
  • Bucket Fresh Water
  1. I take the silk off the top and then soak the ears with husks on in cold water for at least an hour. Then I throw them on the fire (husks on). I turn them until the husk is brown all around, and usually leave them on a good while longer. The husks really insulate the corn — sometimes too well — so I will often peel off a few layers before soaking.
  2. I’ve cooked corn at a variety of temps, but anything below 350F it seems to take a lot longer than I’ve planned. Then again I like my corn done almost burnt so what I consider done others may consider ruined.

Recipe Submitted by: Dave D (Grill Dome Community)


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