I am totally intrigued by these square eggs which apparently you can make with this Egg Cuber.
(via Mrs. Easton)
We had one of those Egg Cuber growing up. I don’t think we ever used it. I wonder if we still have it.
Then you will love this: http://justbento.com/handbook/bento-decoration-techniques/fun-japanese-egg-molds
I have 2 egg presses. One is a teddy bear face and the other is a bunny face. They are super cute, but to be honest, it takes too long. Once an egg is cooked, I usually want it in my belly asap.
I see your square egg and I raise you a heart-shaped one: http://www.annathered.com/2010/09/29/how-to-make-a-heart-shaped-egg/
Funny, I had one of those as a kid too, and used it all the time. I think there was a period of about two years when I only ate square eggs.
This looks great and so do the others mentioned above. I really need to get a few shapes.
i remember very well that back in the days one of these egg-squaring-things was a “Gimmick” in the famous Yps-Heft (guess only the german-speaking readers will know…)
Wow…I have never seen this before. Even eggs are going modern!!!
Fun idea, maybe useful for some restaurants or bar.
You must look up Bento Egg molds. You can have hearts, stars, cars, bunnies, ice cream cones. My kids LOVE them. The trick is to peel the egg while it’s hot from boiling. Clamp it down in the mold & throw into ice water.
I know a lot of folks who don’t eat eggs (they’re allergic, for health reasons, or concerns about animal cruelty). Here’s an awesome site that gives tips on cooking and baking without eggs: http://EggFreeLiving.com
Tip for using egg cuber: Don’t screw down the cap too tightly; otherwise the white will become super-compressed and rubbery.
Also, make sure the bottom “plate” has the mold dimple facing downward lest your finished product has a dimple. Enjoy…
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