RE: Best Way to Fix Roasted Corn
I peel back the husk and remove the silk. Then I roll the husk back up, pull off the tougher, outer leaves of the husk, and then I soak the ears in cold water, weighing them down with a plate. I also soak wood chips in water, usually hickory. Then I add the wet chips to the coals and place the wet ears of corn on the grill, turning every so often to get good grill marks all over. I like to brush the corn with various compound butters, including a dill butter, a garlic butter, parsley butter and a basil butter -- just one type per ear of corn.