The reason I post this picture on it's own, though, is to tell you that John Crihfield Farms in Harmony, WV had some of the most delicious corn I have tasted in years.
Let that sink in knowing that I grew up in two places during summers. The farm in Pocahontas County, WV with some of the sweetest mountain grown corn literally in my family farms' fields. The other was on the Chesapeake Bay sailing three or four weekends a summer and for one 10-day to two-week cruise. If you haven't tasted Silver Queen corn from the Eastern Shore of Maryland, you have not really done all you can as a foodie.
So, that being said, go to the Charleston Farmers' Market and say howdy to the folks at John Crihfield Farms...and buy a dozen ears.
I put a dozen ears in the oven in their husks. No soaking, no brining, no nuthin'. Just corn and heat. 350 degrees for about 30-40 minutes.
I almost didn't have enough corn for the salad course for dinner because Herbert and I kept 'tasting' to make sure it was good enough to serve.
Remember, no seasoning. No butter. Just the sweetest corn you can find. Right here at home.