Farmers' Almanac Tip: To easily remove silk from corn on the cob, wipe down the cob from tip to base with a damp paper towel.

Farmers' Almanac Tip: To easily remove silk from corn on the cob, wipe down the cob from tip to base with a damp paper towel.

Wish I watched this video before my last cookout! Learn a reader’s trick for removing that annoying silk from corn on the cob in seconds.

Wish I watched this video before my last cookout! Learn a reader’s trick for removing that annoying silk from corn on the cob in seconds.

Classic Carrot Layer Cake with Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting

Classic Carrot Layer Cake with Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting

Corn season has finally arrived, and you just bought a dozen ears at your local farmer’s market. You shuck it, but getting the last of that ...

Corn season has finally arrived, and you just bought a dozen ears at your local farmer’s market. You shuck it, but getting the last of that ...

Creamy Rotini with Zucchini, Tomato, and Red Pepper

Creamy Rotini with Zucchini, Tomato, and Red Pepper

How to Remove Corn Silk Easily - FineCooking.com

How to Remove Corn Silk Easily - FineCooking.com

Remove Corn Silk by Using a Toothbrush

Remove Corn Silk by Using a Toothbrush

Removing corn silk

Removing corn silk

To remove corn silk from corn on the cob, dampen a paper towel (or terry cloth) and brush downward on the cob. Every bit of corn silk should come off.

To remove corn silk from corn on the cob, dampen a paper towel (or terry cloth) and brush downward on the cob. Every bit of corn silk should come off.

There's nothing worse than spending way too long removing stringy silk from an ear of corn. Here's a trick for dealing with silk in record time.

There's nothing worse than spending way too long removing stringy silk from an ear of corn. Here's a trick for dealing with silk in record time.

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