We suddenly have a lot of sweetcorn ripening at the allotment - so it's recipe hunting time.
This is a really simple way to cook sweetcorn form the Abel and Cole Cookbook - basically, remove the silk but not the husk, spread garlic butter (the recipe includes ingredients in case you're not sure) over the corn, pull back the husks and bake.
Did we like it?
I think this picture speaks for itself.
A recipe I'll definitely use again, and may follow the method but with differently flavoured butters.