Sipping rosé by the pool is great and all, but for foodies, summer is all about getting our hands on that colorful, in-season produce. And sweet corn is one of our favorite summertime offerings. Here’s the lowdown on how to freeze corn on the cob for future enjoyment. Just follow our lead and you, too, can delight in the butter-drenched sweetness of summer come January.
Note: We recommend blanching your corn before freezing. This process of briefly immersing food in boiling water and then plunging into an ice bath in order to halt the cooking process will ensure that you don’t lose any flavor and texture. But if you’re short on time, scroll down for a freezing method that skips this step.