To help you plan your Fourth of July menu - I'll be posting a recipe each day this week that would be perfect to make for any size gathering on Sunday. :)
I've been making grilled corn once a week for the last few weeks. This version is my favorite.
Shuck your corn. I know we all can shuck an ear of corn but the easiest way to do it is the snap off the end (where it had attached to the plant). Then you can just pull it down and off and most of the husk will come right off. Easy.
Chop up about 1/2 c. parsley.
Combine that with softened butter and onion powder.
Rub each ear of corn down with the parsley butter. Crank some fresh black pepper on top.
Throw it straight on the grill. Some people will tell you that you gotta wrap it back into the husk or wrap it in foil but you really don't. Grill the ears for about 3-5 minutes per side.
And done! I was too impatient with turning mine to let them get nice grill marks...