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2. When the husks feel hot, take them out and wrap them in a towel or aluminum foil. Let them stand like that for about 5 minutes.
3. Pull off the husks and silk (which is actually a lot easier to do when they're hot than when they're cold), and you're ready to go!
4. Slather that corn on the cob with butter, salt, and pepper, and enjoy! That was easy.