I never husk, nor remove any silks. Just fill the sink with cold water - add corn & weight down with a plate. By the time everything else is prepped for the grill, the corn is ready as well. After about 25 min., turning whenever I think of it - I remove from grill and yank on any silks that didn't burn away. I agree they will stay nice and hot for a good 30 min. - and when I turn down the husks, I leave them on for our 'handle.' Kids especially seem to think that's cool. (Just knock off any blackened husks, and it's relatively mess free!) I have melted butter w/brush, S & P, and cayanne or any other seasoning desired, with other condiments I need for remainder of meal. Beats boiled corn hands down!!
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I never husk, nor remove any silks. Just fill the sink with cold water - add corn & weight...