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An easy, quick way to remove kernels of sweet corn from the cob with no mess. Place the cutter over your pan or pail with the notched end hooking on the rim. Slide your ear lightly over the sharp blade and the kernels will drop into your pan or bowl. Use the straight blade to cut off whole kernels and the sawtooth blade for cream style corn. Both blades on the cutter are adjustable. Corn tray is 13" long x 2" wide. Purchase a second cutter for your helper and make the job go even quicker.
Old-timer - By Laurice Kneeskern on Aug 29, 2013
I purchased this corn cutter in about 1960 at the Coast to Coast store in Audubon IA and have used it every year since that time. I it in the original box and I see that it cost $2.95! Finally, I plan to order replacement blades. It is a wonderful item and has done its' work well.