The first thing you want to do is not to let the sweet corn lay around. Once you purchase it, start processing it that same day if at all possible. This will help to ensure that you get the best flavor and quality out of the corn. I usually enlist my husband to shuck the ears and remove the silks, but today, it was all me.
If you have never frozen sweet corn before, Purdue University Extension offers an excellent publication called, "Let's Preserve Sweet Corn" with step by step instructions.
There you have it! Simple, easy steps to freezing sweet corn! The work is worth it in the winter time:)