Corn off the cob

Summer means corn on the cob to us, but this year both my big boys are missing their front teeth which doesn't make corn on the cob easy!  No problem though, you can still get that fresh taste by cutting the corn off the corn, then rinse and cook on the stove top.



The easiest way I found is cutting the steam off so you have a flat surface for cutting.

If you plan on freezing your corn for later use you can also blanch the ears first, then cut and store in freezer.

Are you taking advantage of fresh corn?

3 comments :

  1. Thanks great advice. I didn't know you could freeze corn.

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  2. My Mom use to do this all the time. It is a great way to enjoy the fresh corn.

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  3. We love fresh corn and I often cut it off the cob like this to make it easier to eat! (Judy Cowan)

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