16 Jan 2009

SHOW & TELL - Egg cooker

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When I went shopping on Wednesday, I saw this egg, it made me curious. At a closer look, it was an egg cooker but for Micro Waves !! I had never seen that. Since a collegue of mine had tried to cook eggs in the micro wave and all the eggs exploded I had never tried to cook eggs in the microwave. But this seemed very practical to me. Of course I bought it, it was rather cheap only 15 €.


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open, you can cook 4 eggs

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just to show, I didn't have a real egg in my fridge, so I put this ceramic one

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and in the same shop I found this cute door stopper !

23 comments:

Kathy said...

What an interesting appliance!

Bridget said...

I have never seen an egg cooker before, what a great invention!

playsdolls said...

I have never seen an egg cooker like that either,it is very cool.

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

I've never seen anything like that! It's actually pretty cute for being an appliance, but the door stopper...now THAT is very cute!

Jientje said...

Good for you you never tried to cook them in the microwave! I had a friend who spent hours cleaning the microwave after trying that!! He wanted to know if they would really explode! I'll tell you, he did believe it after his little test!!

Hootin' Anni said...

I've cooked eggs in the microwave...but only omelets. I LOVE the door stop!!!

char72 said...

Hi Gattina. I hadn't been around in awhile and decided to drop in on you today. I've never seen an egg cooker for the microwave before either. Interesting. I love the door stop.
Have a great day - or night. Guess it's about night there. It's 7 am here. Would you believe I stop by the computer before I go into the kitchen? I know that's just crazy.
Charlotte

Melli said...

Well that is unique! I have never tried to hard cook an egg in the microwave -- but I have made scrambled eggs... it's easier to just do it in a pan though!

Deana said...

We used to have some sort of micro egg cooker but they were very bouncy. Rubbery may be the correct word. It was as cute as your gadget!

Carmen Shirkey said...

I didn't know they existed either! Cool new gadget!

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Dianne said...

Please let us know how it worked! I just boil mine-taking the shell of is the tricky part to me.

Lisa said...

I have never seen an egg cooker. It looks rather interesting.

The door stop is adorable.

Geri said...

Cool egg cooker. I've never seen one before. Also, my sister-in-law collects cats, she would love that door stop.

BECKY said...

I thought it was for a single egg until I saw the next picture!1 Cool thing to have, and I love the door stopper!!

Blessings,
Becky :)

Elaine said...

You'll have to let everyone know how it works. Very interesting!

Carla said...

interesting! Enjoy those eggs (as always, love your kitties looking on)

Belinda said...

This is the first time I've seen a microwave egg cooker...what a nifty little gadget! :-) And the door stop is really cute!

Dr.John said...

You will have to let us know if it works when you get some eggs.

Kelli said...

What a cute gadget! I hope it works well!
~Kelli

Linda C said...

The egg cooker is a great idea and your new little door stopper is adorable!:)

Linda C

Puss-in-Boots said...

Yes, I've heard of eggs exploding in the microwave. That looks a handy gadget for cooking eggs...have you tried it yet?

Pamela said...

I have a microwave egg cooker - but you have to crack the egg and drop it into the little wows -- I think it takes four eggs.

yes they explode. into millions of pieces. minute pieces. ask me how I know. ha ha ha ha ha haa

Vlado&Toni said...

i wonder how that egg oooker works.. like how many minutes does it take to cook the egg? i usually like my eggs cooked.. ... let me know of your egg adventures.. if that is a good one, i might start looking for one here.