Finally, a trick that will end all of that muttering under your breath as you attempt to separate kernel from cob: Behold, the bundt pan. Brilliant. Just brilliant—and simple as can be, thanks to the smart folks at Fine Cooking. Watch the video below on how to cut corn off the cob cleanly:
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• Need something to do with all that corn once you've liberated it? Try Cornelia's sweet corn and lobster bisque or squash and corn fritters, Jennifer's veggie burgers, Dharma Dog's blue corn cinnamon rolls, or Nancy's rustic tomato tart. Heavenly.
• Make your own corn tortillas from scratch with Rachel's excellent help in this 101.
• And for those interested in canning corn, members of the Food Preservation group share a few thoughts.
Got a corny comment? A kernel of an idea to share? Post it below and keep the conversation rolling. You might also take a gander at the Recipe Sharing group and you can always find more things to plant, grow, cook, preserve, make, craft, and shave in the HOMEGROWN 101 archive.