I don't know where to find it, but Turpin explains how to cork 7 somewhere on this site and it's roughly the same thing. This is for those of you who (like me) don't understand the whole carving thing. To be fair, I've never corked on snow. But I was trying to learn on the trampoline forever and could never get it; I read Turpin's description, went out on the trampoline and stomped cork sev the first try.
Basically, head off the jump the way you normally would, set your 5 the way you normally would, but as you unwind to spin, attempt to grab leading safety. You don't actually have to grab, I don't, but reach for your leading foot. So if you're spinning left, bring your left hand down to your left foot, and if you're spinning right, vice versa. This will automatically drop your leading shoulder a pretty mellow amount, so you'll end up cork. Not an insane amount, but just enough that you know you're going cork. Be prepared for this. If you do it correctly, you'll end up landing a cork 5 without understanding what you did. Do it a couple more times and you'll get a feel for the rotation, and then you don't have to use the crutch of reaching for your foot. You can just drop your shoulder the right amount instead. I find this method to be awesomely effective, and come April (a.k.a. the only time that the jumps at Stratton thaw, and the only time that you can go forward instead of straight up off a Stratton kicker), I'm going to be testing these out.
By the way, you should be able to carve into the spin and use this same method, if that works for you. I'm picturing it in my head and it makes total sense.
Hope this helps!