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This Is How The Rest Of The World Eats Corn On The Cob

08/22/2014 07:00 am ET | Updated Aug 22, 2014

Sprinkled with salt and slathered topped with a dollop of butter is a delightful way to serve corn on the cob, but it's certainly not the only way to prepare the husky goodness.

All around the world (corn is grown on every continent except Antarctica), corn is dressed with a variety of wonders -- some you may not have ever considered matching with the vegetable. You can add some heat to your cob like they do in Asia, for instance, by whipping up some sriracha butter. Or, make your cob extra-decadent with a Euro-inspired goat cheese spread.

Check out the infographic below for some standout ideas from the rest of the planet on how to dress your corn up.

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corn on the cob

Courtesy of Sunshine Sweet Corn

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