I know it's really summer when I take my first heavenly bite of grilled corn on the cob. I'm sure you feel the same way. But that might be where we part company because once we get into a discussion of the best way to cook corn, each of us is bound to have our own methods.
The best referee I can think of in the ongoing corn debate is Betty Fussell, author of The Story of Corn (North Point Press) and Crazy for Corn (HarperCollins). "The thing about cooking corn is that everyone believes his own way is the best," Fussell said. "It comes from childhood