Carefully peel back husks and remove silk. Brush corn with melted butter and sprinkle with salt or lemon pepper. Fold husks back in place and fasten with string or twist ties. Put on cooking grill and smoke cook about 1 ½ hours or until done.
If corn doesn’t come in husks, or you’d rather not have it smoke flavored, brush with melted butter, season and wrap with foil. Cook as above. You can cook frozen corn on the cob in a foil “boat”. It will take about 3 hours.
or – Corn in Foil or Husks
Corn on the cob can be smoke-cooked in the husks or husks removed and wrapped in foil.
- 6 ears of corn with husks
- 1 stick of butter or margarine, softened
- Lemon-pepper marinade
Pull husks back from corn and remove the silk. Rinse corn and pat dry. Apply generous amounts of butter to each ear of corn and sprinkle with lemon-pepper. Replace the husks and smoke 1 ½ to 2 hours.