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My husband and I love to grill. Always have, always will. We love to go out to Costco or BJ’s the night before we plan to grill and buy all of our favorite cuts of meats, veggies, and bread. Sometimes we even buy what we need to make a pizza and we actually grill it as well. It is so much fun and delicious to eat a smoky, perfectly crisp pizza. You should really try it someday as it is positively delicious. Well, back to the BBQ. My husband and I were having our kids and grandkids over for dinner, so we went out and bought everything we needed.
On the way to the register, we found the bacon on a super sale, so we went ahead and bought it. We were not thinking of using it for grilling, just to have it for breakfast.
Well, we picked up our grandson Luke and got to work on prepping food for the night (he was going to spend the night for us). When Luke saw the bacon, he came up with a genius idea: wrap the corn in bacon. How had I never thought of that? Luke is simply genius, I tell you!
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Quick Tip: Maybe add some onion rings between the corn and bacon if you’d like