Place one end of the cob on the inverted, smaller bowl. Then, using a sharp chef's knife, cut downward, as close to the base of the kernels as possible, while taking care not to angle the blade into the cob itself. Rotate the ear of corn, and repeat the cut until all the kernels have been removed.
You don't need a bundt pan or upside-down glass bowls. Just a sharp knife, a cutting board, and some delicious, sweet corn on the cob.
Learn a simple technique for cutting corn off the cob and keeping those kernels from bouncing away from your workspace.
A steady hand and a sharp knife are all you need to cut corn kernels off the cob. A chef's knife is fine if you're comfortable with it, but a smaller knife works well, .