Summer will officially begin this weekend. That means pool parties with lots of the kids friends and lots of pool side grilling. Now I love a good grilled hamburger just as much as the next guy, but I love to get creative on the grill. Although my husband is the official Grill Master of our house, I am not too far behind him. He can cook a perfect steak, but my creations are usually the ones that wow the crowd. One of my go to side dishes has always been roasted corn. You can not beat a perfectly caramelized ear of corn. That is unless you bathe that it in my garlic herb butter. I am hungry just thinking about it.


This recipe is great because it is so simple. I love to keep it simple. Using fresh ingredients and just allowing them to be the star of the show. Right now in GA the corn is ripe and ready to go. The farmers market are filled with freshly picked, sweet smelling yellow corn. So, there is no better ingredient to be the star of my PreFather’s Day pool party. (Our dad is so cool one day is not enough to celebrate him)



6 ears of corn

1 stick of unsalted butter  softened

1/2 TB fresh parsley chopped

1/2 fresh oregano chopped

1/2 TB fresh cilantro chopped

1 large clove of garlic chopped

1 TSP salt

1/2 TSP pepper


Preheat grill to medium heat. Remove husks and silk. Cut each ear in half. Place corn on grill. (Do not leave corn unattended. It can burn fast) Turn corn as it grill so it can caramelize on all sides. It will usually take between 8 and 10 minutes to completely cook. Remove from grill and cover with foil until served.


Place softened butter, herbs, garlic, salt, and pepper in bowl. Mix until all ingredients are combined. Place butter combination on a piece of plastic wrap and form it into a ball. Refrigerate for at least an hour. Remove from refrigerator and take out of plastic wrap. Cut into quarter inch slice and place on serving dish.


See, I told you. This recipe is super simple, but your family will think you have been hanging out with Bobby Flay. Hope you enjoy it as much as my crew.



  1. One of my favorite things to grill is fresh corn on the cob. I love your butter recipe and must try it and I know that would make the corn and steak even better. Thanks for sharing

  2. my mouth is watering just reading your post. I’ve never tired crn on the cob with farlic herb butter–and I think its high time that I do-thanks for he inspiratation–good thing I have some ears of corn on hand

  3. This corn and garlic butter looks so yummy. I will have to make this next time we grill.

  4. I love roasted corn, and this one looks delicious. I can’t wait to try this with garlic herb butter. We had corn earlier today, but it was plain. I’d love to try this version.

  5. Corn is one of our favorite side dishes when we BBQ! We sprinkle salt, pepper, and olive oil on the corn, then wrap it in tin foil and grill it. YJM!

  6. I came across your blog, and my daughter was sitting next to me. (She’s 5.) I was reading too quickly for her liking, and she made me stop so she could stare at the pictures of the corn. YUM! Nice capturing of a food we love here in the Cornhusker state!

  7. Oh my gosh. I am so hankering for some corn on the cob now. I’m so glad Summer is here.

  8. Garlic and herb butter sounds delicious on corn. Yummy!!! It would be great on steak and potatoes too. I love butter can you tell? lol Thanks for sharing recipe.

  9. The garlic herb butter looks fantastic and not too hard to make. We haven’t had any corn on the cob yet this summer so I think we are overdue!

  10. Don’t mind me, I’m just drooling away at this corn!!! Looks absolutely delicious!

  11. This looks so delicious, once school is over the grill will be used every night for dinner. Bring on the corn on the cob. Can’t wait to replicate this at home. Thank you for the ideas.

  12. Corn is one of our favorite foods that we often grill. I am so excited to try this recipe, I can’t wait for my day off!

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