This works.husk and silks peel right off! Never shuck corn again! minutes in microwave for one ear; 10 minutes for 3 ears. The husks keep the moisture in and steams the corn. Cut an inch off the wide end and the corn slips right out.no silks!
Clean and remove stickers off glass jars so you can reuse them.I remove labels by immersing the jar/bottle in a pot of boiling water and soap. Scrub label and sticky residue away using a dish brush. Let them air dry.
THE BEST way to boil eggs - perfect every time. Phil loves hard boiled eggs, I hate peeling them. Maybe we can reach a compromise using this method! (First tried April 2014 - this works! and fun too! I am the master of the egg!
Butter Corn in a Jiffy - When ears are just about done, slice 8 tablespoons of unsalted butter, and drop them into the cooking water; stir to melt. The butter will float, and each ear will get an even coating as you remove it from the pot with tongs.
"Use a clean toothbrush to remove stray threads of silk from freshly shucked ears of corn. The bristles will lift them away quickly and efficiently" huh - never thought of that, and I hate cleaning corn!
Corn On The Cob - a cool and super easy way to cook it! Corn SLIPS out of husk leaving no silk on the ear. Microwave 4 minutes per ear. Using oven mitts, cut off end, grab top and shake out ear. It works - SERIOUSLY!
The easiest way to cook corn on the cob? Throw it in the oven. Leave the husk on and bake in pre-heated oven at 350 degrees for minutes. The husk traps the moisture, leaving you with juicy, tender corn. (Husk and silk peel off easily after corn is baked.