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neptunechimney wrote: I am a big fan of butter and salt, but the very best corn on the cob and the absolute easiest to fix and prepare is raw. Nothing beats a good ear of corn eaten raw.
Preparation: peel. Then eat.
otisptoadwater wrote: Cinnamon rolls in Orange Peel
What you need:
1 can (tube?) cinnamon rolls - the kind you find in the refrigerated section with the biscuits at the grocery store
How to git'r dun:
Cut the first fifth off of the top of the orange, extract the insides using a spoon and taking care not to tear the rind. Open the cinnamon rolls and place one roll inside each orange rind, wrap in foil leaving some room for expansion.
Best cooked in coals from a wood fire but you can also cook on the grill or in the oven. Cooking time is dictated by the method of cooking and amount of heat from the source. In general these are done when you can smell the orange and cinnamon over the wood smoke and the foil packets have expanded to one and a half times the original size.
Remove from heat, allow a few minutes to cool then unwrap foil, peel off the orange rind, and enjoy!!