How Do You Boil Corn on the Cob?

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It seems like we’re just finally saying goodbye to winter vegetables (we’ll miss you, Brussels sprouts!) and loading our baskets with asparagus, artichokes and peas. Not too far off: cherries, berries, zucchini and, perhaps most important, corn.

Slathered with butter and sprinkled with salt, corn on the cob is the ultimate side dish for a backyard BBQ. Many people agree that the boiling method is best but may disagree about how long you need to boil corn. Vote in the poll below to help with Food Network Magazine’s research for an upcoming issue.

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