How to Shuck and Cut the Kernels Off an Ear of Corn for Cooking
Now that fall has officially begun, corn is soon to be in season and will be abundant and ripe at most supermarkets and local farmers markets. So if you're looking forward to making corn chowder or tossing some in a slad, simplify the task by checking out this knife skills video.
Take a gander to learn how to prepare an ear of corn by shucking the husk, rubbing to remove the silky strands, and then using a knife to cut off the individual kernels.
This quick video will show you how to prep an ear of corn for sauteeing, making soups and chowders, or stir-frying. A pretty straight-forward skill that should find plenty of use in a couple weeks when the really great corn starts coming in.