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Cooked just right, corn on the cob is tender and crisp. Overcooked it’s tough and chewy. Whether you do it on the stovetop, grill or even in the microwave, here’s how to have success every time!

Check out the slideshow above for steps for cooking corn and additional recipes.

 

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Tags: Dinner, Corn

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