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    Forgetting Boiled Eggs on the Stove????

    If you are like me and put eggs on the stove and then FORGET about them, which is the case with me nearly every single time...........

    The Cuisinart Egg Cooker is your friend. $12

    I got this Saturday and gave it a spin last night. The egg cooker turned itself off all by itself. The eggs peeled perfectly.

    I am not a fan of kitchen gadgets in general, largely because I hate stuff on my counters, but this is a definite win!

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    I REALLY forgot about eggs on the stove once, for 8 hours. Luckily they only exploded all over, even the ceiling, and didn't start on fire or anything. My place smelled like super nastified rotten eggs for ages.
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    I've never forgotten about eggs. Forgotten about baking sweet taters a couple times, though.... Anyone want a charred husk?
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    These are worth their weight in gold:
    Amazon.com: Cuisinart CEC-7 Egg Cooker: Kitchen & Dining

    My wife has one, and hasn't splattered eggs since she got it... (the done helps).
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    ha... memories.... late night munchies ..drunk as most nights back then...woke up to smoke alarms and ooo that smell can't ya smell that smell!

    Thanks for the link on the cooker!

    No more burnt eggs cuz I have been sober 10 years!
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    My dog is my overcooked food alarm. She barks like crazy to let us know we are charring something if we forget about something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithpowers View Post
    These are worth their weight in gold:
    Amazon.com: Cuisinart CEC-7 Egg Cooker: Kitchen & Dining

    My wife has one, and hasn't splattered eggs since she got it... (the done helps).
    Yep, that is the one I have now.

    TigerDirect has them for $12 but it might be a 5 egger. Not sure. I seriously thought I would hate the thing. Thank you AmEx rewards. LOL

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