Dear Barbara: When I barbecue corn on the cob, I remove the husks and wrap the ears in foil. Sometimes the corn comes off easy from the cob, and sometimes it does not. Do you know why, if size and cooking time is pretty equal each time? — Bob from Stockton
Dear Bob: Did you buy the corn on the same day? I ask because corn starts losing its sugar and turns it in to starch starting immediately when it is picked from the stalk. You would want to cook it the same day you buy it.
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