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    Do you put salt on corn?

    In response to this post on salt on watermelon:

    https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...salt-on-melons

    Do you put salt on a corn of cob? My mother in law does and it’s disgusting. Never even knew it was “a thing” until I took a bite of that nasty stuff.

    #2
    Maybe salted butter....with the usual black pepper.

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    • Mr. Bones
      Mr. Bones commented
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      Yup!

    #3
    Smother that cob in butter, then salt and Fresh cracked pepper! Salty goodness!

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    • Mr. Bones
      Mr. Bones commented
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      Yup!

    • willxfmr
      willxfmr commented
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      That is exactly how to do it right.

    • Rfhd69
      Rfhd69 commented
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      Absolutely!

    #4
    Salt is a must on corn on the cob.

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      #5
      Yes, that is after it is cooked. I do not dry brine Corn on the cob.
      I also put salt in my beer, sometimes.

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      • smokin fool
        smokin fool commented
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        Iced cold draft beer, dash of salt, tip of the shaker on the rim and down the hatch.
        Pure gold.

      • bbqLuv
        bbqLuv commented
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        beer nut on the side. if that counts.
        On a hot day in AZ, add tomato juice to beer.
        Last edited by bbqLuv; August 3, 2021, 06:06 PM.

      • RonB
        RonB commented
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        I think PBR needs salt...

      #6
      Kerrygold salted butter (not always), no extra salt.

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        #7
        Always salt on my corn on the cobb

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          #8
          butter, salt, pepper ..... Yum

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            #9
            Always butter, salt and pepper. My wife butters and salts but doesn't want pepper.

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              #10
              Butter is a must, maybe some salt maybe not.

              You find it disgusting scottranda?

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              • scottranda
                scottranda commented
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                Salted butter, I suppose. Extra salt, no way!!

              #11
              Being a saltaholic, yes shakers full of salt with pounds of butter.
              Now that I've reformed no salt just butter.
              Never been a fan of pepper on corn.

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                #12
                What’s the next post? …. Do you put gas in your car?

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                • ecowper
                  ecowper commented
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                  do you put water in a glass

                • bbqLuv
                  bbqLuv commented
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                  Do you put gas in your Panhead? Tell me you didn't Bogart Ethyl.

                #13
                Did you mean to say "Cob of corn" or Corn on the cob"? Of course you salt either!

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                • scottranda
                  scottranda commented
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                  Is there a difference? Haha. With everyone responding they salt their corn, maybe I’m the lame duck?

                • Mr. Bones
                  Mr. Bones commented
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                  scottranda simply is yer Personal Preference, an, ya Did Ask...

                  Makes ya neither unable to walk,(presumably), or a Migratory Waterfowl, from where I'm settin, Brother!
                  Last edited by Mr. Bones; August 3, 2021, 08:42 PM.

                #14
                Butter cob with pat on a piece of bread, then salt, then eat then sop up salty butter with bread and swallow. Yummm.

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                  #15
                  On the cob NO. Off the cob YES and like to add Diced Onions & Peppers! Yum.

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                  • scottranda
                    scottranda commented
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                    Onnnnnn. Whaaaaaa? Am I totally missing the phrase? Haha!

                  • Stuey1515
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                    Now we're talking!!

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