A very basic question about corn . . .
When the recipe calls for "1 cup of cooked, fresh corn kernels," do you cook the corn on the cob and then remove the kernels, or do you remove the kernels and then cook them?
See, I think it's easier to cook them on the cob and then just quickly cut them off.
Either way: A good tip so you don't have to pick corn kernels off your floor - put the cob in the hole of a bundt pan and then cut the kernels off. The kernels will fall into the wells of the pan instead of all over the kitchen.