This is one cob you'll want to cradle in the crook of your arm every night.

Elote (corn on the cob) is a popular street food in Mexico, where a fresh ear is grilled and covered in a saucy little sum'n sum'n.

For those who don't like getting corn cob all up in ya grill, elote does have a close cousin called esquites.

Slightly less adventurous, the kernels are taken off the cob and put into a cup...before being slathered with the same toppings.

Good gene pool, eh?

Mission a-corn-plished.