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    Corn Ribs in the side Please

    A new way to make corn for a side dish. These should go well with BBQ pork ribs.

    (1) How to make Corn Ribs in Air Fryer! Vegan, Plant Based, Viral Tik Tok food trend, BBQ, alternative - Bing video
    Last edited by bbqLuv; July 12, 2021, 07:27 AM.

    #2
    Yeah - I'm gonna pass on that one.

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      #3
      Kinda interesting, can see a verity of options here.

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        #4
        Nope.

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          #5
          Probably doesn't taste bad (just like the sauce you put on it) but I doubt the flavor of the corn comes through much, if at all. Thanks, but I'm gonna stick with boiling water and melted butter.

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          • dubob
            dubob commented
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            I've completely gone over to doing freash corn in the microwave. 2 ears at 8 minutes is perfect and no silk whatsoever when removing the husk as displayed in any one of several u-tube videos on the method. Melted butter for sure.

          • MBMorgan
            MBMorgan commented
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            dubob - We use the microwave to reheat corn (wrapped in a wet paper towel on HIGH for a minute or two). SWMBO is a bit of a corn snob having grown up eating Daddy’s fresh-picked corn (boiled within minutes of picking) so no new-fangled cooking methods like microwaves or even grills are tolerated here. 🤨

          • dubob
            dubob commented
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            Bummer dude. You have my deepest condolences. I like things that take the work out of chores. Shucking corn and removing the silk first to boil is a major chore. Microwave first in the husk and the chore is greatly diminished, and the taste is exactly the same either way.

          #6
          That guy's got some MAD knife skills, right? LMAO
          Last edited by JGo37; July 13, 2021, 08:11 AM.

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          • Potkettleblack
            Potkettleblack commented
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            A sharper and heavier knife would help immensely... My Serbian style chef cleaver knife would make short work of those.

          • dubob
            dubob commented
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            Yea, I kept expecting to see some chopped off fingers and lots of blood watching that butchering job.

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