Due to the depressing state of my garden this summer and the lack of a large corn harvest, I stocked up on fresh sweet corn from my local farmers' market this past Saturday. It would be a shame if I didn't stock up on the good stuff before the winter. Freezing corn is so very easy to accomplish and works great in winter soups.
Step One: Shuck the corn and rinse.
Step Two: Blanch in boiling water for 3-4 minutes. Remove from boiling water to cold water.
Step Three: Cut corn off the cob.
Step Four: Package in freezer bags, label, and freeze!