The Quickest and Easiest Way to Remove the Husk and Silk from Corn on the Cob

I don’t know about you, but for as far as I am concerned, one of the main reasons to get excited about summer being here is the fact that you can find fresh, inexpensive corn pretty much at every local store and supermarket.
Fresh corn is not only super delicious and healthy, but it is also extremely versatile. Whether you put corn on the cob directly on the hot grill with some Mexican spices or boil it to make a fresh salad with it, it will taste great either way.
There’s just one problem, though. Removing the hush and silk from fresh corn can be a bit of a time consuming chore. Now, it’s true that there are all kinds of kitchen gadgets meant to make this easier, but if you’ve ever tried using them, then you know they don’t quite deliver on their promises.
The good news is there are a few simple tricks that professional chefs use to remove the hush and silk from corn on the cob fast and easy. If you want to find out what they are and save a lot of precious time in the kitchen, then all you have to do is hit the play button.

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