World’s easiest scrambled eggs

I made the fabled “Espresso Machine Eggs” last night. Well, they’re not fabled. I’d been reading about people’s scrambled egg making exploits for some time. I thought I’d give it a burl.

Here are the steps involved.

  1. Buy an expensive coffee machine (one with good steam pressure)
  2. Put eggs (four) and milk (a dash) into your milk jug – I used my big one because I wasn’t sure how much egg spray there’d be. Give it a whisk.
  3. Steam the eggs like you’d steam milk.
  4. Serve with steak for the perfect lazy Sunday night dinner.

They were very fluffy. I’ll do it again.

Here are the photos…

Egg centric

Lifehacker is often full of useful tips and tricks to make your life better. Their posts can be pretty random and eclectic – today there’s a scientific analysis of the preparation of boiled eggs with a link to a flash application developed by someone at the University of Oslo.

Here is the formula.

Here’s a picture of the flash app which does all your eggciting calculations for you- and a link to a translated version of the original page.


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