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we just made some today!! pull back the husks, clean out the silks.. butter it. season it, pull the husks back over the ear and put on the grill for about 20 minutes!

If the husks are not extreamly fresh and green, you might want to soak the ears in water for a bit so that the husks don't catch on fire!
 

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james dilley said:
Soak in Ice water overnite leave the shuck on and grill. The ice water helps prevent it fron drying out while cooking..
Exactly,...well, it doesn't have to be ice water, you can just put it in the refrigerator, and the husk doesn't have to be removed prior to grilling. This will give the corn a steam effect, and the husk won't burn as fast as if you don't soak them.
 
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