Chili Lime Grilled Corn

Recipe of the Week August 30th, 2013

Chili Lime Grilled Corn

It’s corn season, so we’ve put together some wonderful flavors that will make your taste buds dance. Imagine sweet corn and butter mixed with a smoky chili blend, finished off with some fresh lime juice and zest. Sure to make a great addition to your next cookout!

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