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How to Cut Corn Off the Cob

Learn a simple technique for cutting corn off the cob and keeping those kernels from bouncing away from your workspace.

Sarah Breckenridge and John Craig Ross; videography and editing by John Craig Ross
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Removing corn kernels from the cob can be messy, but if you’ve got a Bundt pan, you can easily cut kernels off the cob right into your pan.

Removing corn kernels from the cob can be messy—they like to bounce off the cutting bard and end up scattered all over the counter and floor.

Make it Easy: To keep those kernels in their place, insert the tip of the ear of corn into the center hole of a Bundt pan. Cut the kernels away from the cob in long downward strokes, letting them fall into the pan.

Use our handy tip on these ears
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