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Grilled Corn with Herbed Butter

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Grilled Corn with Herbed Butter – Fresh corn on the cob seasoned with garlic-butter and oregano.

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You know, this past week I realized that I am terrible at using Social Media. Ter.rible! Twitter, in particular. I see people going on and on, talking about their day on Twitter, and I’m like, um…what?

In real life, that is, the life I have with you when we are face to face, I’m a talker. I talk. A lot. My husband talks a lot, as well, and we are always talking over each other. In the end, we have no idea what the other said. You should see our conversations. It’s comical, to say the least.

I only bring up this Twitter issue because the other day, while I was in a meeting with this Grilled Corn with Herbed Butter, I sat in front of my computer, watching the scroll on Twitter, and not knowing what to say. At all. That’s SO weird for me. I always, ALWAYS have something to say. Many times I have to tell myself to shut up. Seriously. I have to remind myself to stay calm and shut my trap.

This is not to say that I am any better on the other Social Network – Facebook. I hear birds chirping. And flies buzzing.

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But, Instagram? I can do Instagram! I love that place! I get to see what most of you look like, and, for many of you, I can finally put a face to your lovely blog. I can also share a bit of me and my family with the rest of you.

Pinterest is another fave. I pin a lot. If I’m on your blog, I’m pinning. If it’s past midnight, I am pinning. If I’m bored watching Sesame Street, I’m pinning. You get the idea.

I also like Google+!

But, those other two! Ugh… I’ll work on it.

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Maybe I should tell you a thing or two about this corn, ha? Well, it’s corn on the cob that I wrapped in foil together with whipped garlic-oregano butter. I threw the corn on the grill and 30 minutes later I sprinkled some goat cheese on top and inhaled ’em during a staring contest with Twitter. The end. 😀

ENJOY!

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Grilled Corn with Herbed Butter
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
40 mins
 
Fresh corn on the cob seasoned with garlic-butter and oregano.
Servings: 4
Calories: 108 kcal
Author: Katerina
Ingredients
  • 4 ears fresh corn , cleaned
  • 4 tablespoons butter , softened
  • 1 tablespoon oregano
  • 3 cloves garlic , finely minced
  • salt and pepper , to taste
  • goat cheese , optional
Instructions
  1. Heat grill.
  2. Cut 4 sheets of foil large enough to completely wrap each ear of corn.
  3. Place each ear of corn in the center of a foil sheet; set aside.
  4. In a small bowl, combine butter, oregano and garlic, and season with salt and pepper; using the back of a fork, mix it all together until thoroughly combined.
  5. Evenly divide and brush herb butter over entire ear of corn.
  6. Roll and completely cover with foil.
  7. Place wrapped corn on grill over medium heat.
  8. Cook 25 to 30 minutes, turning occasionally, until tender.
  9. When done, open foil carefully and allow steam to escape.
  10. Drizzle corn with any remaining herb butter.
  11. Sprinkle with goat cheese.
  12. Serve.
Recipe Notes

WW SmartPoints: 5 

Nutrition Facts
Grilled Corn with Herbed Butter
Amount Per Serving
Calories 108 Calories from Fat 99
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 11g 17%
Saturated Fat 7g 35%
Cholesterol 30mg 10%
Sodium 100mg 4%
Potassium 24mg 1%
Total Carbohydrates 1g 0%
Vitamin A 7.4%
Vitamin C 0.8%
Calcium 2.7%
Iron 2.6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Check out the rest of these Corn On The Cob varieties:

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Grilled Corn On The Cob with Jalapeno-Lime Aioli and Parmesan Cheese by From Brazil To You

Kimchi Grilled Corn on the Cob by A Spicy Perspective

Elote (Mexican Grilled Corn) Recipe by Magnolia Days

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27 Responses
  1. Janet Bradley

    I just grilled corn this past weekend. I put chili powder on it and wrapped 1 (one) slice of bacon around it. Cooked for 25 minutes (only turning once) and it was fantastic. I heated the remaining cob up the next day in the toaster oven and it great too. I got the recipe from one of the cooking website that I subscribe to. This will be my new way to cook corn. Loved it!!!!!

  2. This looks really good. I had grilled corn in Belize that had a coarse salt and yummy spices added. I wish I knew what spices they used. What other spices would you suggest with coarse salt and butter?

  3. Yum! Herbs and goat cheese are a must, of course. As for social media, I agree. It’s hard to know what to say, so I just say the bare minimum. I should probably work on that as well. Google plus and facebook I don’t really bother with anymore since twitter is easier for me.

  4. I never grill corn. I always worry it won’t cook & I never have enough patience to slather it with herb butter so we eat it plain. By the look of this I am missing on both counts.

  5. I am totally being a corn hog this season… and eating as much of it as I can. I love your butter… just need it to be slathered on and dripping down my arm. 😛

  6. Glad to see I’m not the only who isn’t a Twitter fan. If you want to have conversation, pick up the phone and call. 🙂 It’s so hard keeping up with all of the SM that I’ve finally had to narrow it down to just 3, with posting activity in 2. UGH! Anyway, I love corn fixed this way! I just want to grab an ear off the plate and start eating! Happy Fourth!

  7. I’m also having trouble with participating in all the social media. I just don’t want my kids to see me using iPhone all the time when I’m around them (or else I cannot tell them NO IPHONE!)…so Twitter is impossible. I can’t keep following the feed. How do people use it?! Anyway that’s a mystery to me. Does everyone keep checking in? Pinterest and IG are fun! Both picture driven so it’s fun to go through. I just wish that I have more time so that I can be more “social”. Love your grilled corn!

  8. I laughed my way through this post…I am the same way with twitter and Facebook! I actually tweet things I think are funny…stare at it for 30 seconds, then delete!

    I love grilled corn! Yours looks so delicious and that sprinkle of goat cheese sounds so good! I need to put this on my 4th of July party menu!

  9. Oh Kate, I am the same with Twitter…I stare and stare, thinking should I butt in conversation w/ppl that are already talking or just share a recipe haha..on the end I just share the recipe link LOL! Your corn looks delicious, you had a date with corn, and I had a date with roasted chicken the other day in front of my comp…
    Joke on the side, it does really look tempting…got to make this soon! Have a lovely Sunday!

  10. I’m always surprised when I see people have thousands of tweets- I just don’t get it and I’m a talker too-just not a tweeter, obviously!!!
    This is the best looking corn I think I’ve ever seen and I’ve seen a ton of corn because my husband loves it so much when it’s in season and sweet 😉

  11. I know I ‘should’ be using Twitter, but I just don’t like it. Most of the stuff I read is just people reposting other tweets or promoting their own stuff over and over.

    Corn, on the other hand, I can deal with corn on the cob, even better that it’s grilled. It looks amazing.

  12. I’m a wallflower when it comes to Twitter and FB. My fear, just like in high school, is that I’ll say something which I “think” is quite clever, or ask a question – and get no response, save for a few errant tumble weeds whistling by. 😛

    Now, please pass the corn!!

  13. Grilled fresh corn on the cob is delicious. I love the goat cheese though I wonder if a bit of feta cheese would work as well.

    I’m sticking to LiveJournal. It’s old school but works with the way I want to keep in touch with a limited group.

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