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This is so yummy. This is a garlic butter highlightened with fresh herbs and a touch of cinnamon and cumin. Thanks Cookgirl :) Made for ZWT9

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Boomette July 27, 2013

Yummy corn. Loved the hint of cumin and all of the fresh herbs. Thanks for sharing, Cookgirl. Made for ZWT9.

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lazyme July 23, 2013

Yummy corn! I liked very much the different seasoning, made the corn fun to eat. Thanks! Made for ZWT by team Hot Stuff!

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Sharon123 July 18, 2013

Awesome flavor!! I cut the fresh mint down to 1/4 tbsp just due to personal preference. This recipe made some so-so store bought corn really shine!! I think a little sprinkle of parmesan cheese or feta would be a great addiditon as well. Thanks Evelyn. Made for a Seasoned Sailor and his Sassy Sirens - ZWT6.

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Kim127 June 30, 2010

Boiled the corn first then brushed with butter. Intended to grill for a few minutes but the BBQ ran out of juice. This was the talk of the meal. We all loved the hint of cumin and the occasional punch of other flavours. This may just be my new standard for corn on the cob. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT6 Seasoned Sailor and his Sassy Sirens.

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Az B June 13, 2010

I made this for a BBQ with my parents and we all enjoyed it. I microwaved the corn (usual method for me) most of the way, then finished on the grill and slathered with the butter/herb mixture. A nice change from the usual plain butter and salt. Made for ZWT6.

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IngridH June 12, 2010

We really enjoyed this! The each herb and spice was there with out being to much. I left out the parsley as I had none and the sugar. I microwave two ears of corn for 4 minutes in the husk, in a plastic grocery sack, after running some water over the husks. After zapping I peeled the husks, broke each cob in half, basted and grilled. I was glad to have the corn pretty much cooked already as the butter blend flaired up the fire pretty quick. We also brushed the cobs after grilleing to get more of the herb taste. Thanks for a great new summer recipe. Made for ZWT 6 for the Unrulies Under the Influence

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momaphet June 12, 2010

This was wonderful! I loved everything about it. Made as written. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT 6.

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CJAY June 11, 2010

Holy corn-on-the-cob batgirl! What a wonderful way to enjoy corn. I boiled mine and then slathered, yes I said slathered, the butter and herb mixture all over the corn. Such a great flavor! The only thing I'll do differently next time is to omit the mint (personal preference only). Thanks for the inspired idea! ~Made for ZWT6 Zee Zany Zesty Cookz~

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LifeIsGood June 11, 2010

Made as written for ZWT6, this is very tasty corn that I did on my stovetop & then ate to excess as I ignored the rest of the meal .. except the homemade bread that was generously slathered w/it as well. I esp love versatile recipes & the butter mixture here will have a wide variety of uses including basting grill meats & adding its great flavor to veggies & potatoes. This was an inspired recipe, CG. You did Ev proud. :-)

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twissis June 09, 2010
Greek-Style Corn on the Cob a La Evelyn