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    New Tool

    I'm not kidding. On tv today, a kitchen tool made to crack an egg open. Looked like a pliers, nut cracker cross.
    There ya go.. I didn't even know this was a problem.
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    We been doing it wrong for the last 5,000,000 years

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    I love the smell of phosgene first thing in the morning:

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    It looked good for the boiled eggs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Harper View Post
    It looked good for the boiled eggs.
    I was told once that the trick to boiled eggs is to not use fresh eggs. The shell sticks.
    Did you see the other gadget on a stick with a metal pin on the end that you stick an egg with and turn it on and it scrambles the egg in the shell?
    It looked a little like one of those copper pipe reamers.
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