How to Cook & Eat Corn on the Cob

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Cooking and eating corn on the cob will require you to first make sure that you've got a pot with water boiling. Cook and eat corn on the cob with help from a professional chef, caterer and food stylist in this free video clip.

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Hi, this is Chef Maria Sparks from Cork and Platter, and today I'm gonna show you how to cook and eat corn on the cob. First thing we're gonna do is make sure that you get a pot of water boiling. Put about a tablespoon of salt per four cobs of corn. Then, you're gonna take your corn and you're gonna peel the husks and make sure that you get all the little fluffy bits off there, as clean as possible, and then we're going to drop it in the water, and the best way to do that is use tongs, just to make sure that you don't boil it, burn yourself. We're going to give the corn about 15 minutes, and the best way to test if they're done is pull one cob of corn out and just prick it with a fork, and when the kernels are tender, you know you've got the perfect cob of corn, ready to eat. And, the best way, for me, that I like to eat my corn is I like to actually skewer it on the end, and then roll it in butter and sprinkle it with a little salt and pepper. It's amazing.


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