I came up with this idea to use an plastic

I came up with this idea to use an plastic pitcher to store cooked corn on the c…

I came up with this idea to use an plastic pitcher to store cooked corn on the cob πŸ˜‚ it gave my family a good chuckle πŸ˜ƒ



thank for the original creator Brenda Adams Landis

50 thoughts on “I came up with this idea to use an plastic pitcher to store cooked corn on the c…”

  1. Val Allen-Brown

    Oh!!!

    Boil the cobbs when you’re done with them (if you don’t chomp from the cobbs) and make corn jam!

  2. I have small bottles of spices in one. And in another some.packages of instant potatoes and packets of gravy and one with cerial. Put on top of fridge.

  3. Whatever works! I remember when the kids were toddlers and their father wrapped their leftovers in a sippy cup πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ. It did work though!

  4. Kim Larrabee Aldridge

    I use the exact same pitcher for storing so many different food items. Just made a big batch of chicken and noodles and after dinner that is what I put them in. Takes up less space than a big bowl!

  5. Karen Williams

    Speaking of corn on the cob…..at a family reunion, an aunt brought a cooler full off hot corn on the cob….plus an oblong dish full of melted butter. Tongs to grab an ear then roll it in the dish of butter! Easy way to quickly get a hot buttered ear of corn!

  6. Brenda Adams Landis

    I also use one for sugar as well ,I have neck and hand issues, it works better for me.

  7. Heather Wilson

    We line our cooler with foil and put it in cooked. Works for grilled chicken halves too.

  8. What a great idea!! I have several I keep cereal in them and extra sugar, flour, meal etc.

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