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"Cooler corn"
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"Cooler corn"
Perfect for large barbecues with far less mess than grilling. I know that some of you cater, and have asked me questions in the past. I thought that I would give ya a secret that has been out there for awhile. I know some may have a problem with the material that coolers are made of, but it also works with my old school Coleman stainless. Just thought I'd share!
http://www.bonappetit.com/blogsandforums...-corn.html

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RE: "Cooler corn"
This does work great. Another tip: If you use a really large cooler with a lot of corn, you will have to drain your first batch of water after a few minutes and refill the cooler. The large amount of corn will cool off the water to much to to cook the corn.

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06-03-2012 08:48 AM
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