Corn on the Cob

Corn on the Cob and Mexican Tacos: How to Master These Classic Food Items

The delight of delicious cuisine is one thing that endures and is widely appreciated in a world that is continually altering and where fads come and go in the blink of an eye. The world of gastronomy has an extraordinary capacity to elicit emotions, make memories, and unite people, from the sizzling of a properly cooked steak to the aroma of freshly made bread. The art of cooking, and especially the expertise of making mouth-watering foods that tantalize our palates and stimulate our senses, is one talent that cuts beyond countries and languages.

Consider being able to provide meals that satisfy hunger while also leaving a lasting impression on everyone lucky enough to taste them. Imagine your satisfaction when you offer your visitors a dish of delectably presented, tasty cuisine, eliciting ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs.’

We’ll explore two classic dishes on this culinary journey that cross nations and traditions: corn on the cob and Mexican tacos. You’ll set off on a global tour from the convenience of your kitchen, discovering the complex tastes and methods that have adorned dinner tables for years.

1.  Classic Boiled Corn on the Cob

You cannot go wrong with simple and timeless corn on the cob. This boiling corn on the cob technique can be learned by following this methodical recipe.

Classic Boiled Corn on the Cob


  • 6 to 8 corn ears.
  • Salted butter, one stick
  • One glass of milk


  • Start by selecting fresh ears of corn. The husks should be green and tightly wrapped, and the kernels should feel plump to the touch.
  • Gently peel back the husks of each ear of corn, but do not remove them completely. Remove the silk threads from the corn, eliminating all the fine strands.
  • Fill a large pot with enough cold water to submerge the ears of corn fully. Place the pot on the stove and set the heat to high.
  • Allow the water to come to a rolling boil. You can add a pinch of salt to the water for flavor, but the salted butter will provide plenty of taste.
  • Once the water is boiling, drop in the stick of salted butter.
  • Pour in the cup of milk. If desired, you can also add a touch of sugar for a slightly sweeter taste.
  • Gently place the prepared ears of corn into the boiling water mixture.
  • Cook for 8-10 minutes for tender, slightly crisp kernels. Cooking times vary with corn freshness and size.
  • Carefully remove the cooked corn cobs from the pot using tongs or a slotted spoon. Place them on a serving plate or platter.
  • Cover the pot to warm the remaining corn until you’re ready to serve.
  • Before serving, brush the corn with more melted butter for an extra indulgent touch.

2.  Mexican Tacos

Mexican street food tradition is embodied by tacos, a symphony of flavors and textures that dance harmoniously together in each bite. A culinary excursion that will tempt your palate is learning how to make the best tacos. Here’s how to make some delicious tacos:

Mexican Tacos


  • Corn or wheat taco shells, soft or crunchy
  • Your choice of 1 lb (450g) of protein, such as chicken, beef, or tofu
  • 1 tbsp of oil
  • One sliced onion
  • A mixture of cumin, chili powder, paprika, and oregano
  • Two cloves of minced garlic
  • Pepper and salt as desired
  • Toppings include chopped cilantro, diced onions, shredded lettuce, sliced tomatoes, grated cheese, sour cream, salsa, and lime wedges.


  • In a skillet, heat the oil over a moderate flame. Sauté the onions until transparent after adding them. Once aromatic, add the minced garlic and mix. Add your preferred protein, then heat it until it is completely done and visually browned.
  • Add your personal spice combination or the Mexican seasoning mixture to the protein. To taste, add salt and pepper to the food. Mix fully to distribute the spices throughout the protein.
  • Taco shells should be warmed as directed on the packaging. Create a taco station with different bowls for your toppings so everyone can personalize their tacos.
  • Pour the seasoned protein into each taco shell before plating. Add chopped cilantro, sliced onions, grated cheese, tomato chunks, and shredded lettuce to the top layer. Garnish with a few drops of fresh lime juice, sprinkle the salsa, and add a spoonful of sour cream.


Mastering these delectable meals opens the door to a world of flavors that capture the senses in the pleasant exploration of culinary perfection. Each meal becomes a blank canvas for inspiration and a tribute to the delight of cooking, from the comfort of corn on the cob to delectable Mexican tacos.


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