Didn't have any big plans for the day, so we shucked and washed four dozen ears of corn this morning.
Then plunged them in ice water until they cooled off. After they drained the tedious part began. Cutting the kernels off forty eight corn cobs takes some time, and can be quite messy.
Having done this before, I decided to save myself some cleanup time and move everything off the counter. (Next time I'll do it on a table out in the middle of the yard and have even less cleanup.)