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Sunday Cooking Lesson: How to Easily Cut Fresh Corn Kernels Off the Cob

Sunday Cooking Lesson:  How to Easily Cut Fresh Corn Kernels Off the Cob - A Family Feast

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And now – with the end-of-summer corn harvest in full swing, we’re making lots of salads and chowders, casseroles and sautés that call for fresh corn kernels in the recipe.

Sunday Cooking Lesson:  How to Easily Cut Fresh Corn Kernels Off the Cob - A Family Feast

Today’s Sunday Cooking Lesson is a quick trick that shows you How to Easily Cut Fresh Corn Kernels Off the Cob! (I’ll give you a hint: You’ll need a bundt pan!)

How to Cut Corn off the Cob - A Family Feast

Sunday Cooking Lesson: How to Easily Cut Fresh Corn Kernels Off the Cob - A Family Feast

Recipes pictured above: Grilled Summer Vegetable Salad, Corn and Bacon Casserole, Avocado, Corn and Tomato Salad, Confetti Corn, Sautéed Fresh Corn, Fall Harvest Vegetarian Corn and Butternut Chowder.

Note: We’ve linked to the page with this tip from some of our earlier corn recipes, but many of you haven’t seen this great trick – so we’re sharing it today as part of our Sunday Cooking Lesson series! We hope you’ll give it a try!

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