Thursday, June 25, 2015

Corn on the cob for a Crowd

With the 4th of July holiday next weekend, so many of us are in the planning stages for our barbecue menu.  I used this last year and it is by far the simplest method to cook corn when entertaining for a large group.  We usually have 24-30 guests for 4th of July.

This recipe is for 24 people so modify for your needs.  

You need 4 dozen ears of corn on the cob
2 gallons of boiling water
1 squeaky clean (or new) large insulated cooler

Husk and clean all the ears of corn.  Place in the bottom of the cooler.
Pour the boiling water over the corn and close the lid and let it set for 30 minutes.
(You will need 2 quarts of boiling water per dozen ears of corn)
Drain the water out from the plug and keep the lid closed.
This will keep the corn warm for about 2 hours.
** Works for camping or tail gating parties too.

Hope you have a great weekend!

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