Scrambled Eggs Like a Boss




About: I made a beer mug with only a knife & a hatchet. I think that says a lot about me.

Imagine your partner or roommate wants a sunny side up for breakfast. After the preparation of the obligate coffee or tea, the pressing of the oranges and the miter-sawing of the bread, he - let's make it a male version, a woman would have used a knife - takes the eggs out of the fridge, heats up a pan, breaks the eggs and throws them in and ...

Surpriiise, the inside's completely uniform!

I'm pretty sure the first seconds he won't really understand what just happened...

So here's an easy way to scramble eggs without breaking them.

All you need is some metal wire, powertape and a drill.


Step 1: Shape the Wire

Shape a piece of metal wire around the egg & bind the two ends together.

Step 2: Insert Egg

Fix the egg in the loop with some powertape and mount this weird device on the drill.

Step 3: Highspeed!

Drill for a few minutes in one direction, and a few minutes in the other.

Be sure there's no chick inside, it might get drunk before its birth...

Put the eggs back in their nest and wait for breakfast!

Step 4: WT...?!


Note: instead of breaking them you can boil them hard to get 'dragon eggs'!

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    4 years ago

    I grew up in the Alaskan Bush. When we were living in T********a, a famous bush pilot married a pioneering pilot's daughter.
    She decided to raise chickens for eggs, bought 3 hens and 3 roosters to keep the hens happy.
    Alaska has old timers ( usually trappers and/or prospectors) who often have a goofy sense of humor.
    After a few weeks of no eggs and a very hot day, he planted 5 eggs. As the news spead, we waited to see happened. The bride didn't wonder how 3 hens would lay 5 eggs. After trying to crack the eggs for an omelet, she found that they were hard boiled. " I didn't know it was that hot yesterday!"


    4 years ago on Introduction

    I used to do this using a sock or hand towel wrapped around it. Then, I would hard boil them. They were called "golden eggs"
    You can tell if it is successful by placing a light behind it. There will be no obvious yolk shadow, instead being uniform inside. They go great at parties cut in half like a deviled egg with some paprika and a touch of salt.

    I am going to have to try this method though...and hope the drill doesn't make a mess of the egg all over the kitchen...maybe best to try outside :)


    4 years ago on Introduction

    ooo, I want to make dragons eggs for my next party now :D confuse the hell out of my drunk friends :D


    4 years ago on Introduction

    Maaan. If this happened to me B.C. (before coffee) my brains would be what was scrambled....