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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Hot Water, Butter and Corn on the Cob


How to Instantly Butter Corn on the Cob

TIP: The next time you prepare corn on the cob try this out for convenience:

In a tall glass of hot water, or a bowl of hot water whose sides are sufficiently deep enough to submerge an entire ear of corn, stir-in and dissolve about 1/2 tsp of salt. Next, add melted butter to the glass or bowl of hot water. Butter will always float on top of water so when you immerse each ear of corn into the glass (or bowl) and remove it, all the kernels will be buttered evenly, salted and ready to eat.

Pretty easy, huh?


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