Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Microwave egg-boiler: "Cory Doctorow:
On TokyoMango, a dead clever Japanese egg-boiling device that goes in the microwave and turns out perfect eggs instead of exploded messes.

Making the perfect boiled egg isn't easy--especially in a microwave, since eggs tend to explode under pressure. That's why someone invented this beautiful, egg-shaped, yellow-and-white microwave egg cooker. The device actually fits 3 mid-sized eggs, which are placed on an aluminum tray. Put 130cc of water in the yellow part, insert the tray, place the eggs on it, close the lid (the white part), and pop it in the microwave. 8 minutes in a 500W microwave gets you soft-boiled, 10 minutes gets you hard-boiled.



(Via Boing Boing.)

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