It's that time of year when the farm markets have so many wonderful fruits and vegetables and corn ranks right up at the top for me! There was a time when Uncle Alfred and I would dine on only corn for the evening meal...he lived with our family after suffering a stroke and never lost his love of corn on the cob!
This clever idea is slick as a whistle and when you are freezing corn what a time saver and there is virtually no mess involved...how is sweet is that?
After blanching the corn just place the bottom end of the cob into the hole of a bundt pan (make sure you leave a little of the end in place so that it rests down in the hole).
Now cut away and you will be amazed at how the kernels just fall into the bundt pan, not all over the counter!
This yellow/white sweet corn came from The Grossnickle Farm in Kaleva, Michigan and believe me it is excellent! They also have many other vegetables and fruits!
I think you will enjoy using this method of cutting corn off the cob and I'm certain you won't miss the mess!