You already own the best tool for getting corn off the cob: teeth. But what if you want to make a delicious salad or succotash? 

F&W Editors
June 30, 2014

You already own the best tool for getting corn off the cob: teeth. But what if you want to make a delicious salad or succotash? Enter F&W Test Kitchen genius Justin Chapple, who reveals the easiest, cleanest way to cut the kernels off a corncob in this week’s Mad Genius Tips video. Summer party prep just got a lot easier. Master more smart skills by watching all of F&W’s Mad Genius Tips videos.

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