Corn on the Cob - freshly cooked
Place several pats of butter and seasonings in a ziplock bag. I put almost a pat of butter per ear of corn. And it is just to taste on the seasonings but I probably start with a tablespoon of my main seasoning. After husks are removed and corn is cooked, place hot corn into ziplock with butter and seasonings. Let the hot corn sit there for a moment to get the butter melting and then start move it around in the ziplock to incorporate the seasoning over the corn.
I used Northwood Seasonings by Penzeys which has coarse flake salt, paprika, black pepper, thyme, rosemary, garlic and chipotle. But I have also used Italian seasonings and just garlic. You really can just add so many different seasonings to spice up your corn on the cob.