The options for serving corn on the cob are limitless! Consider topping whole ears with flavored butters, Parmesan or blue cheese, or with seasonings like chili powder or cumin. For a tasty Mexican treat, rub a freshly grilled cob with a lime wedge and sprinkle with salt.

Corn on the Cob Recipes

Corn and Chicken Dinner
I enjoy growing most of the ingredients I use in this Corn and Chicken Dinner. There's something for every taste. It would be great as a meal-in-one dish for a picnic or a reunion. My husband and our two children have all been fans of this meal from the start!
—Doralee Pinkerton, Milford, Indiana

Grilled Corn and Peppers
Every Fourth of July, we invite friends to our houseboat for a cookout. We always have Grilled Corn and Peppers, and everyone loves it. The onions and peppers add fantastic flavor to the sweet ears of corn.
—Cindy Williams, Fort Myers, Florida

Tex-Mex Corn on the Cob
It's a snap to add zippy flavor to fresh corn on the cob. The tender ears get a summery treatment when seasoned with chili powder, cilantro and lime in Tex-Mex Corn on the Cob.
—Helen Jacobs, Eules, Texas

Corn 'n' Squash Quesadillas
Grilled vegetables give these Corn 'n' Squash Quesadillas their distinctive flair, while cumin and jalapeno peppers add a little zip.
—Mildred Sherrer, Bay City, Texas

Grilled Marjoram Corn
We love grilled veggies and Grilled Marjoram Corn is a family favorite. The sweet corn husks are soaked first for precise steaming and served with a tasty marjoram butter.
—Sue Gronholz, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

Cutting Corn from the Cob

  1. Stand corn on a cutting board.
  2. Starting at the top, run a sharp knife down the cob, cutting deeply to remove whole kernels.
cutting corn from the cob

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