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Help with job of getting kernels off cob

July 12, 2006

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When butter-and-sugar corn comes into season, New Englanders scarf it up like candy: steaming and grilling it on the cob, or cutting the kernels into salsas, salads, breads, and side dishes. For the off-the-cob recipes, a sharp paring, utility, or cook's knife can help get the job done, but it can be slow going, and kernels fly and juice splatters ... (Full article: 507 words)

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