Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Egg tips or "One bad egg do ruin the whole batch girl"

Tip 1

This is the best way to remove that little piece of eggshell that found its way into your broken egg. I know there's some scientific basis for why this works, but researching and explaining would take away some of the magic.

The tip: use half of the broken eggshell to scoop out the rogue piece of shell. As the half in your hand approaches the piece of shell, the smaller piece will draw itself closer. This magnetism makes removal very easy and hassle-free.

Tip 2

It's always a good idea to crack your eggs in a ramekin or other mise-en-place before adding them, one at a time, to a recipe. This will save your dish from potential ruin by a bad egg. (Watery egg white and a strange odor are two sure signs that you have a bad egg on your hands.)




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