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corn by Helen Cathcart - I like to peel back the husks and remove the corn silk and then add butter and spices like thyme, parsley, garlic powder salt and pepper and some times some fried hickory smoked bacons crumbs - then pull the husks back up over the corn and put in the microwave - time depends on how many, you'll just have to try it a few times to get it right... you won't regret the time and effort, it's that good...

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Bring Prosecco Doormat

This doormat is just perfect for us Prosecco lovers. A perfect Christmas gift. 'Bring Prosecco or You've Got To Go'Designed by, and exclusive to, award-winning typographic art boutique More Than Words. Make a statement in the neighbourhood, with this 15mm internal coir coconut husk mat with black text. Ideal for internal and sheltered areas of your home, removing dirt and water from boots and shoes. To clean, simply shake and brush down.Designed by, and exclusive to, award-winning…

Grow garlic from cloves by breaking a garlic bulb apart into separate cloves without removing the husk, choosing a location with full-sun exposure and loamy soil and placing the cloves with the...

Oven Roasted Corn on the Cob Recipe from Tyler Florence Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Take whole ears of corn, with the husks still on and put them directly on your oven rack.