Smoked Corn on the Cob
Fire up the grill and grab your corn holders. Our Smoked Corn on the Cob recipe will be a backyard BBQ game changer this summer. Subtly smoky and buttery with just a little kick, this beautifully grilled corn recipe is a crowd-pleasing way to round out any BBQ lunch or dinner. Believe it or not, it's pretty simple too. Our recipe makes the most of your grill, gas or charcoal, and mesquite chips.When shopping for your corn, look for ears of corn with fresh looking silks and clean husks. You can slightly peel the husk back to make sure the kernels are tender but firm before buying to make sure you come with the best batch. Use a damp paper towel to remove as much of the silks as possible when you're prepping the ears. Pull and tie the husk back so smoke can penetrate the ears as much as possible. If you have any hot spots on the grill, you can move the corn around to avoid burning the husks to a crisp, although charred husks are a pretty finishing touch that make a little handle.