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Served in buttered cob rolls with extra chutney and sliced cucumber. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Only the corn on the cob failed to transport us back to Mexico. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The gourmet delights include steak, corn on the cob, ice cream and oysters. The Sun (2016)The two front cob walls had to be rebuilt. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Trim corn on the cob and stand on flat end. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Stand the cob on its flat end and slice off the kernels. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You know how stuff gets stuck between your teeth when you eat corn on the cob? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Pour it over the cooked lettuce and eat like corn on the cob. The Sun (2012)One snack likely to be of particular interest to vegetarians is grilled corn on the cob. Cheap Eats Guide to Europe 1994 (1993)There are also street stalls that sell corn on the cob, roast chestnuts and waffles. Cheap Eats Guide to Europe 1994 (1993) Corn on the cob was edible, but somewhat undercooked. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Stand the cob on its flat end and slice off the corn, pressing the knife close to the core. Times, Sunday Times (2016)THE fresher you can eat corn on the cob, the better. The Sun (2014)I make it with broccoli, peas and corn on the cob. The Sun (2011)A typical lunch is chicken nuggets with mash and corn on the cob, followed by more snacks. The Sun (2010)Drain and, once cool enough to handle, strip the kernels from the cob with a knife. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Using a sharp knife, shave the kernels off the cob and into a bowl, then mix with the salad ingredients. The Sun (2013)
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