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Each week, we’ll be sharing a comprehensive list of links to help you master a cooking technique. Culinary greatness, here you come.
Today: Everything you need to know about cooking corn.
Corn on the cob is one of summer’s simple pleasures. There's nothing better than stopping for a few ears at a roadside market on the way home from the beach and shucking them (a task best done outside, with shoes off and music blasting) when you get home. Once the corn is prepped, the options for cooking and serving it are endless: pasta, salad, cake, chowder and ice cream are all suitable vessels. But sometimes, the classic route -- butter, salt, eaten right off the cob -- is the only way to go.
- Before you get started, read up on all things corn. (Food52.)
- Next, husk your corn. (Bon Appetit.)
- Cutting corn off the cob? Use this trick. (Food52.)
What are your tips for cooking corn? Tell us in the comments!
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