Maikolben is the German word for corn on the cob, corn cob or corncob. Corn on the cobs are usually available in the supermarkets when grill season is already open in Germany. Quite expensive. Some are already available parboiled that it only needs some heating and available in vacumn-packed containers and raw which can be used for grilling purposes.

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