Grilled Corn

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A Reinvention (3, Actually) for Corn on the Cob
Whether you grill, boil or steam it, corn on the cob is a beloved seasonal side. And while the usual butter and salt work for traditional barbecue fare, a more international menu is a good reason to try a spiced-up spin. If you're having Mexican food, spread the ears with a cumin mayo, roll them in crumbled cotija cheese and sprinkle with chopped cilantro. An Indian meal calls for a cool yet spicy topping made from yogurt, onion, coriander, cayenne and turmeric. Corn can even work for Italian dinners: Coat the cobs with a mixture of Parmesan, garlic and parsley.

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