Cute Dog Shows Us How to Eat Corn on the Cob

Year round, Foodies enjoy excursions with food tour guides. Whether it’s Skai Dalziel showcasing the most delicious restaurants in Whistler, BC (and showing you how to open a bottle of champagne with a sabre!), Martine taking you on a journey through the gustatory delight that is Provence, or Gerald taking you on a street-food extravaganza in Trinidad & Tobago, a foodie guide definitely knows that the fastest way to your heart is through your stomach.

No matter the season, a food tour guide is a good bet because you’ll be able to savour the delicacies wherever you roam. But  come summer, everyone from the super picky to, um, canines, enjoy corn on the cob; there’s just something so incredibly satisfying about spiralling your way down that treat known regionally as long maize, pole corn, cornstick, sweet pole or butter-pop. Unsure of the right way to eat corn on the cob, be it boiled or grilled, buttered or bare? Have no fear: this cute dog shows us the proper corn-eating etiquette better than even a food tour guide could.

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