Thursday, August 26, 2010
First, remove a few of the outer layers of the husk. This makes me think that Cornhuskers is a very odd name for a sports organization. It doesn't sound very tough, does it? Anyway......after you've removed a few, carefully peel back the rest of the husk, making sure to keep it connected to the bottom of the cob. Then, remove the silk. I have had quite a few discussions lately about the best way to accomplish this, but there really doesn't seem to be a foolproof or easy method. If you have one, please share. Otherwise, just do the best you can.