NOVATO, Calif., July 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the delicious treats of summer, sweet corn is like magic: it makes kids want to eat their vegetables. This food favorite is easy to prepare and a joy to eat, so celebrate the season with specialized corn tools from Kuhn Rikon. Whether you're boiling, grilling, steaming, roasting or microwaving your corn on the cob, these tools will make it easier and more fun.
Keeping It Neat – The Kuhn Rikon Corn Holder Set features corn holders with soft, textured grips to keep your hands clean and cool. A corkscrew-style tip twists into the cob and remains firmly attached. The clever design allows the holders to stack together, which keeps them from getting lost in a kitchen drawer. Use one holder to keep an ear of corn stable while stripping the corn off the cob.
Zipping It Off – The Original Corn Zipper can unzip an ear of corn in seconds. Made of sturdy stainless steel, it features sharp teeth that cut between the kernel and the cob, without biting into the cob. Simply pull it down the cob, and the kernels will fall neatly into your bowl. It has an ergonomic design, with a stainless steel safety panel protecting the blade for safe usage.
Jazzing It Up – Kuhn Rikon offers another design, the Corn Zipper, that has Y-peeler shape with a decorative green and yellow corn-inspired motif. It unzips rows of kernels at the same time, cleanly and safely off the cob. It comes with a blade protector for safe storage. Both Corn Zipper and Original Corn Zipper are safer and more fun than using a knife, and designed for either right or left handed use.
Handling It Hot – For pulling hot corn on the cob out of the pot or off the grill, try the Kuhn Rikon SoftEdge Stainless Steel Tongs. These sleek 12-inch stainless steel tongs feature flared silicone ends that grip food tight. One side is perforated so that juices drain away, and the other side is solid to hold juices in. The silicone tips – which come in red, green or black – are heat-resistant up to 450° F and safe for use with nonstick cookware.
For more information, visit www.kuhnrikon.com.
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