Silicon Egg Rings

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  1. LSUTiga

    LSUTiga TF Pubic Relations

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    Posting this for shane, kinda. The other night at my house he saw these and of course he idolizes me so much he wants to get some. Such a copy cat.

    I bought these for fried eggs. I cook my scrambled eggs in one piece and not a bunch of chunks. When I fry an egg (one of my daughters sometimes asks for one fried) I had a hard time controlling the white without breaking the yoke and mixing it in. These work well.


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  2. tirk

    tirk im the lyrical jessie james

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    yolk you yokel.
     
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  3. Bengal B

    Bengal B Founding Member

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    Those things look like a remote controlled yoke for a rat
     
  4. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    I have two drawers full of kitchen gadgets as it is. I do not require my eggs to be perfectly round and I like my scrambled eggs to be scrambled. This is something I can live without.

    In fact I need to weed out seldom-used kitchen gadgets anyway. Like the 75-year-old rolling pin I inherited from my Mom. I didn't have one and it seemed like something I should have, so i took it home. Never used it once.
     
  5. shane0911

    shane0911 Helping lost idiots find their village

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    They are neat, but I'm not so incompetent that I can't fry an egg and not screw it up. If I need it perfectly round for some reason I will cut the bottom out of a tuna can.
     
  6. Bengal B

    Bengal B Founding Member

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    I even have a metal hammer made for beating meat. I have never used it. I have used my inherited rolling pin when I make biscuits from scratch. Which I have done 2or 3 times ever
     
  7. uscvball

    uscvball Founding Member

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    I was thinking bovine birth control.
    You know the saying....one man's trash blah blah blah. I suspect we all have gadgets that we bought or inherited that seemed like a good idea at the time and ended up never getting used. My favorite gadget is this little grater/zester. I wasn't sure how much it would get used but turns out it's quite a bit.
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    Ow?

    I inherited my dad's garlic roaster....
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    I chucked it after a year....never used it.
     
  8. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    Really? I would have thought it was a tree ornament. I suppose you could grate one of those tiny cheese balls to make a tiny taco . . .
     
  9. uscvball

    uscvball Founding Member

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    Tiny cheese balls? Would those belong to a dwarf rat? Thing is, my knife skills could use some work and better eyesight. I find the grater helps me when I need minced garlic.
     
  10. tirk

    tirk im the lyrical jessie james

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    thats gonna leave a mark.


    damn i feel like tiga today but yall keep setting em up and i gotta knock em down.
     
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