Corn. Bacon. Bacon wrapped corn. What a delicious treat for a nice barbecue meal.
Carefully pull back the husk of the corn, exposing the corn kernels but leaving the husk attached at the bottom of the cob.
Remove any corn silk that is attached to the corn.
Put the corn in a large container and cover with water. Allow corn to soak for 30 minutes, to soften husks and prevent them from burning.
Preheat your BBQ grill to medium heat.
Remove the corn from the water and pat dry.
With the husks still pulled back, wrap 3 strips of bacon around the corn on each cob.
When done, fold the husks back up, covering both the bacon and corn kernels.
Secure the husks in place by trying them with butcher string.
Carefully place cobs of corn on the hot grill and cook, turning occasionally, until the bacon is cooked and the corn is tender, about 20-25 minutes.
When cooked, remove the corn from the grill.
Cut the butcher string and husks off the corn and serve.