Tasty Tuesday: Corn on the Cob as Street Food

14 Aug

 

In Greece a popular street food is grilled corn on the cob.  But unlike here in the States, the husk is left on while the corn grills.  Then it’s doused with a heavy portion of salt.

I found these ears of corn at a market along the side of the road in the Hamptons.  They tasted so much fresher than the corn at the grocery in the city.

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