Most folks love fresh corn on the cob and especially grilled. I know it's one of my boys' top picks for barbecue side dishes.
There are two ways to do corn on the grill. One way is in tin foil and the other in the husks. Both are delicious - just different.
Corn on the Cob in Aluminum Foil
First shuck the corn. Lay it on a piece of tin foil. It's really good if you add butter. Sprinkle cheese in the shake can and seasonings can also be added. Then wrap the corn up in the foil.
It depends on how hot your grill is, but I usually run about 20 minutes on aluminum foil corn. I roll it every 5 minutes or so. To double check, just use a fork and stick it in through the aluminum foil. The fork slides in easily when the corn is ready.
Grilled Corn on the Cob in the Husks
This is my favorite way to grill corn on the cob. It's so easy.
Put the corn with the husks on in water. This can be in the sink or a cooler. Let the corn with husks soak submerged in water for 20 minutes or more.
Put the corn on the grill with the husks on. Turn them every little bit. With the heat level I use, the corn runs close 30 minutes to be done, since the water keeps it cooler starting out.
The great thing here is that when you pull off the husks, the corn strings or tassels just fall right off. That means no work other than soaking and tossing on the grill.