Fresh corn on the cob is awesome, but they’re much easier to eat when the kernels are sliced off. If you don’t have a bundt pan to hold the corn, you can create a makeshift one to do the same job.
WonderHowTo suggests using a toilet paper cardboard tube in a wide bowl for this but cautions us to be careful when slicing since the cardboard tends to be flimsy. Their suggestion to use a shot glass or a narrow cup to hold one end seems safer and smarter, but all these methods should help you get those kernels off with little mess.
How to Cut Corn Off the Cob Easily, Quickly, & Safely [WonderHowTo]