Store corn ears in the coolest part of your fridge. If you’re not going to eat your corn on the cob after a day or two, then cut it off the cob to make it easier to use!
Peel back the green husk from each ear, I do this over the kitchen sink. Remove all the corn silk you can…run the ear under cold water and rub any remaining silk off. Drain for a couple minutes.
Lay the corn on the cutting board and slice off three or four kernel rows at a time. This is less messy than the traditional upright corn in a bowl method. Rotate the ear till you’ve removed all the kernels.
You can freezer these gems for a cold winter’s night. OR store in an airtight container covered with a dampened towel for up to 5 days.