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There are many things we love about summer food. Ice cream...whenever the weather calls for it. Sweet tea a'flowin' all-day-long. Strawberries galore. Fresh herbs on everything. Then of course there's coleslaw, potato salad, watermelon, and so much more. Did we mention grilling? Oh, how we love the victuals of warm weather dining.

But we'd remiss if we didn't carve out a special place in our summer epicure's paradise for corn on the cob. It's easy to make, totally delicious, and bursts with the simple, soul-restoring taste of the season you cherish from childhood.

This summer, you may have long graduated from playing color war on a camp lawn, you may not be messily chowing down your parents' cobs on your mountain home patio—decked to the nines in a toddler bib—and you may not even be having a cookout with your loved ones amid the coronavirus pandemic, but nothing can take this simple pleasure away from us.

Indeed, let there be corn-on-the-cob. Whether it's grilled or boiled, let it be plentiful and sweet. And this summer, to add a bit of joy and festivity to our plates, we're swooning for these corn on the cob holders from Disney Parks, currently available on Amazon here for $34.38.

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To buy: amazon.com, $35

The set of four pairs of corn holders are both a pleasure to look at and practical, and guaranteed to elicit a smile on the faces of the kids and kids-at-heart gathered around your table.

With this special touch of Disney magic, rest assured, our corn-chomping sessions will never be the same.

We have a feeling that these darling Mickey Mouse gloves are going to be a staple for porch dining this summer in our household. Here's to more corn-filled evenings.

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This story originally appeared on Southern Living .