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 Posted: Sun Oct 16th, 2011 09:13 pm
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Shucks!!! This older gentleman has his stuff together. Check out how he cooks and shucks corn. I will be trying this.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnBF6bv4Oe4




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I wonder if it will work with corn that I cook over the grill. Going to have to remember it next summer.



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I was thinking the same thing Alex. as I soak the corn in water for 30 min. before grilling. I would think I could just cut off the bottom like in the video since is really is steamed, just on the grill.



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Have you tried leaving the corn on the grill till the husk becomes charred enough that it makes it through to the corn. I do that on occasion and the corn has a lightly smoked flavor.



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I like when the corn tastes like that. I know that people use corn cob instead of wood to smoke meats. But I have never tried it. I have bags of ground corn cob at home. I will try that.
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carpazoid wrote:
Have you tried leaving the corn on the grill till the husk becomes charred enough that it makes it through to the corn. I do that on occasion and the corn has a lightly smoked flavor.

that's how I do it Alex. I wait for the char.



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I know that people use corn cob instead of wood to smoke meats. But I have never tried it. I have bags of ground corn cob at home.I had thought of that a couple of years ago and I am not sure if that will work. I have the feeling that the corn cobs have to be complete, like a piece of wood, and have to have the part where the kernel of corn attaches to the cob. That way it get the starches and sugars burning and into the smoke.

But, try the crushed corn cob and let us know.



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I feel good eating habits is very important.



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The signature file in this person's msg is to a french site which wants credit card info. On top of that the site does not get a secure rating from Norton's Anti-Virus software.

Unless the person who posted this msg explains his signature in a day or two I say that we drop him. What about it?



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Dump him!



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OK, I have two votes to dump the guy. Since he can't write a complete sentence and he has not responded he has two more strikes against him. Any support for the guy??




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Thumbs down!



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Bye Bye Spammer!!! Bye Bye!!!



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You are on your toes. Keep up the good work.

But don't work too hard now.;)



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I banned the guy but I am keeping the msg just as a reminder of what kinds of things you guys have to keep an eye out for.




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