If you’re anything like me I live for August, just so I can taste the once-a-year, out of this world flavor of corn on the cob.
There’s really nothing else like it.
My BFF Martha Stewart has a great little trick for preserving the fresh taste of corn on the cob, well into the cold fall.
I love that Martha. She’s got all the good tricks.
To prepare the corn, boil it just like you would regularly. Fill a pot with lukewarm water and add the corn; bring the water to a boil and cook for about 12 minutes. Remove corn from the pot.
Let the corn cool down, and start cutting the kernels off the cob.
When all the corn is at the bottom of the plastic bag, squeeze all the air out of the bag and seal it.
Keep the corn in the freezer for up to 3 months, and reconstitute back to delicious, fresh corn on the cob by boiling for a few minutes.
I can’t wait to taste delicious, fresh corn in November, I really can’t.