Roast Corn, Roasted Corn on the Cob, Roasting Corn, How to Roast Corn, Roasted Corn

Roast Corn, Roasted Corn on the Cob, Roasting Corn, How to Roast Corn, Roasted Corn

bjbj Jan: We’re in the middle of July or close
to the middle of July, and we all have corn everywhere which is OK with me because it’s
one of my favorite foods ever – ever. All I did here was peel the husk back, and take
off the silks, and I rinsed them off real well, and I wrapped it back up. There are
a couple of things I can do with it now. I have a 350 degree oven back here, and I can
throw this in here for about 40 minutes, until it’s nice and sweet and tender. It is actually
going to steam in there, inside the husk, and it’s going to be fabulous. The other thing
I can do is preheat my grill and throw it on the grill for the same amount of time.
But it’s hot and muggy outside, and I’m not going out there so we’re doing it in the oven.
I’m going to throw this in and I’ll be back in about 40 minutes and I’ll show you what
it looks like. And then I get to eat it. John, Jan s brother: Hey, Kevin is moving. Jan:
Being quiet means shutting up. John: Well, not one ingredient is drywall mud. Jan: All
right, my brother is here and he’s working on the baby’s room and he won’t stay out of
the kitchen and he won’t hush. We’ve already done this twice because he had to be smart-mouthed
and say bad, nasty, ugly words. All you do, you give it 40 minutes. Then, without burning
your fingers too much, which, it’s hot; pull it back like this. I’ve seen people that were
able to tie the whole thing in a knot. I can’t do it. What I can do is find one that’s still
pretty moist from the inside and tie a little knot in it, just like that. Look! It’s awesome.
[water running] Jan: Quit. Turn that off for a second. OK. I’m not going to let you have
any more to eat. John: You didn’t say ‘Don’t run the water.’ Jan: Shh. Quit. All right,
this is all corn needs; this is it. I’ve seen people get all elaborate and they’ll butter
a piece of bread and wrap it around the corn to get the right amount of butter. You don’t
have to do that. Mmm. OK, with the possible exception of getting that smoky thing that
happens on the fire . . . Child: Mom, is the shrimp ready? Jan: The shrimp is not ready.
OK. Please subscribe. You can find me on iTunes. You can find me
on Twitter. You can find me on Facebook, YouTube. I’m going to go feed the rest of my family
so they’ll quit yelling at me. See, as soon as I start trying to get tricky and show how
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30 thoughts on “Roast Corn, Roasted Corn on the Cob, Roasting Corn, How to Roast Corn, Roasted Corn”

  1.  Roast Corn, Roasted Corn on the Cob, Roasting Corn, How to Roast Corn, Roasted Corn
    I think the highlight of the summer, at least here in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, is the arrival of bushels of fresh, sweet corn on the cob. There is just nothing like it, and the absolute best ways to cook it are also the simplest. In order, my top three favorites are roasting corn, grilling corn, and simply steaming it.

  2. I'm just a bit of a country boy and this was just about the sexiest dern thing I've ever seen in m'life. I love roasted corn, I love the real-life family interruptions, I love cast iron cooking (hanging in the background), and love a woman feeding her family. Have a good day, ma'am! 🙂  

  3. I think you are fun and informative. love that you seem to be a regular Mom like me. Look forward to watching some more of your videos. This is even my first comment I have ever left for anyone.

  4. Jan. what about the Shrimp?. there was someone in the back ground asking about the Shrimp. where's that video Honey? 

  5. I just have to say this is the coolest realistic video that shows a cool way to make corn and totally can relate to the whole family dinamic

  6. Thank you so much for the tipp! I never heard this way before sadly,but i will going to do this today!!! Love corn! And I loved your video a lot!! You are a cool mom and funny!!! Go girl! 😉

  7. I was raised on fresh sweet corn, cooked all different ways. Sorry to bash you, but 40 min in an oven will not make it sweeter or anymore tender than it is raw. Corn should only be heated in water, grilled or over a fire until it is hot enough to melt butter. The only exception is when making like a fire roasted corn salsa where you want that charred flavor.

  8. Oh my goodness! Thank you so much for this! Could not stop laughing and got the exact instructions I needed! Love the back and forth between you and your brother! “Mom, is the shrimp ready!” Isn’t that exactly how it goes. Hehehe thanks again.

  9. Why do some say 40 mins and some pop in in the microwave for 5 mins and pop it off then eat it. I’m so confused

  10. Lmao. So i was looking up how to roast corn and your video shows first so i said i will watch the first one… im laughing so hard, your family has me crackn up 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂 i didnt even pay the corn anymire attention, i was like whos gonna say something next… when your daughter asked a question at the end of the video i subsribed, im like im following your videos.

    Thanks for the corn.

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