Just what we need: yet another kitchen gadget. Eggies claim you can boil an egg yolk into the little plastic contraption and not have to peel it. Kim Johnson and I are not off to a good start.
"This is going to time-consuming. Our water is already boiling. We're not even caught up!" the Bloomfield resident said.
We have more than a dozen little parts to unscrew and individually wipe with cooking oil before we can even crack an egg into the contraption.
It's fine, until you come across an egg yolk that's bigger than the hole on the Eggies. I had two eggs "miss" the hole and spill all over Kim's kitchen table.
She and I are about to "crack" trying to clean up the mess and get the Eggies into the pot of boiling water. What's more? The set only comes with six Eggies.
"If you were doing two or three dozen for a picnic, we'd be at this all day."