Leave husks on or remove husks and wrap corn in foil. Place corn on grill for approximately 15 minutes.
Remove husks and boil ears of corn for approximately 5 minutes or longer depending on variety.
Corn can be frozen for use during the winter months when fresh corn is not as readily available. To freeze, first blanch the corn in boiling water. The corn should be blanched for approximately 3 - 4 minutes, or however long it takes for the water to return to a boil after the corn has been added. After blanching, place corn in a pot of ice water to stop the cooking process. Drain the corn and place it in a freezer storage bag or in vacuum sealed bag. To prepare corn that has been frozen, simply warm it up in either a microwave or by steaming it for about 3 - 4 minutes.