Take a 3-Minute Vacation to a Country Picnic

Wouldn't it be nice to be under a blue sky (instead of fluorescent lights), on a picnic mat (instead of in your cubicle) and eating fresh cooked corn on the cob (instead of a stale granola bar)?

You can be! Bring in two fresh ears of corn and cook them in your microwave at work. Give one to a co-worker. Put a screensaver of blue sky on your computer. Sit on the floor. Enjoy.

Or at least do the corn. Really. It's amazingly good. Click here for the 39-second instructions.

Comments (3)

  • Jan - And I thought you were going to show my favorite corn prep video!
    Oh well... Best, Jen

    How to Prepare Fresh Corn on the Cob Without Those Pesky Corn Silks...

    This is the neatest trick I have seen in sometime. I'm going to have to try
    it out and see if this really works. If it does what he demonstrates, it's
    the slickest thing since the invention of Grandma's washing machine!

    Click here: Those Pesky Corn Silks

    https://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=YnBF6bv4Oe4&feature=youtu.be

    Aug 15, 2012
  • Anonymous

    For I think corn are the simplest and easiest thing to cook and make.freight loads

    Sep 14, 2012
  • Anonymous

    This is definitely the neatest trick I have seen in sometime. I'm going to have to try it out and see if this really works.

    Sep 19, 2012

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