---------- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.01
       Title: Grilled Corn On The Cob
  Categories: Veg-cook, August
       Yield: 1 servings
         x  Corn on the cob
   Buy the corn still in the husks. Strip back the husks without tearing them
   off.  Pull out all of the silks and kind of scrub at the ear to get the
   silks out (silks are the stringy parts for all of you non-midwesterners
   :)). Pull the husks back up over the ear to completely encase it. Soak the
   ears in a bucket of salt water overnight. Take the ears directly from the
   bucket and put them on the grill to cook. To eat, just pull back the husks
   and use them for a kind of a handle, butter and enjoy.
   The salt water acts both to salt the ears and also to moisten them so the
   corn doesn't dry out and burn on the grill.  I've done this on the small
   scale with just a few friends but I've also seen it done with a large group
   where all of the ears were soaking in a large plastic garbage can.
   Other ways to do this involve buttering the ear before grilling rather than
   soaking in the salt water and some people wrap them in foil rather than
   grilling them in the husks.
   From: bruce@juliet.caltech.edu (Bruce Hietbrink).  rfvc Digest V94 Issue
   #182 Aug. 29, 1994. Formatted by Sue Smith, S.Smith34, TXFT40A@Prodigy.com
   using MMCONV.