CHEF’S TIP: Corn off the cob

Marc Murphy

According to New York City chef, Marc Murphy a Bundt tin is not just for cakes. So if you’re someone who has avoided buying one because you think it’s a gimmick- you can think again. No longer will you find sweetcorn kernels on the floor a week after you sliced them off the cob.

Place the tip of the sweetcorn in the hole in your Bundt tin and holding onto the stem slice away the kernels, which will fall neatly into one contained place. What could make me happier? A similar invention for grating carrots.

landmarc [at the time warner center]
10 columbus circle [3rd floor]
new york city 10019
p. 212.823.6123
f. 212.823.6122

landmarc [tribeca]
179 west broadway [between leonard & worth]
new york city 10013
p. 212.343.3883
f. 212.343.3890

ditch plains
29 bedford street [at downing]
new york city 10014
p. 212.633.0202
f. 212.633.0255

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3 Responses to “CHEF’S TIP: Corn off the cob”


  1. 1 Karen July 23, 2008 at 4:57 pm

    I have never heard of this before. This is a great idea. You just made my life a little easier in the next couple of weeks with the garden coming in. Thanks for sharing!!!

  2. 2 jackie July 24, 2008 at 10:54 am

    Awesome! love this new series!

  3. 3 Bill July 27, 2008 at 9:41 pm

    brilliant idea!


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