I just looked the method up on Google and I have no complaints so far on how I roast corn on the gas grill but I wouldn't mind being better. 1) I soak it for however long (at least a half hour) 2) I pull down the top, remove the silk and then 3) tie it up with kitchen string. 4) I cook it until it's charred and fork-tender. I'm lucky right now since we're getting a box of produce a week from an organic farmer. The question is, is there a better way? I've thought about adding salt to the water, sprinkle the corn with some sort of spice after step 2. Thanks. PS I haven't checked yet, but is there a pizza thread? I'm middling on pizza dough and not the worst when it comes to making Detroit-style pizza. I honestly don't know if pizza is a thing in the UK but I do know I could learn a thing or two about fish and chips. I have some fresh-caught walleye in a vacuum-sealed bag in the freezer that my brother caught and a box of Drake's batter on hand. My biggest interest regarding this is homemade, crispy, light batter that has some flavor to it. Cheers.