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Cilantro, mixed with salt, gives a boost to grilled corn.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, July 2009
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Cook's Notes

Pulling back the husks and tying them into bundles adds a decorative flourish to each ear of corn and gives diners something to hold on to. But doing this is optional. If you prefer, shuck the corn and skip step 2.

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  • tennis4me
    22 AUG, 2009
    I didn't have good luck with these as the husks caught on fire, and the corn was too dried out. I guess soaking the husks in water first should have been mentioned.

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