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    amature at best
    Tue Jun 23, 2009 4:00 pm
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    Do not own one but the Hard Boiled egg cooker. I do not have a problem cooking eggs.
    katie in the UP
    Wed Jun 24, 2009 4:58 pm
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    amature at best wrote:
    Do not own one but the Hard Boiled egg cooker. I do not have a problem cooking eggs.


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    I have a cuisinart egg cooker icon_redface.gif

    I actually love it...it was a gift...and when I first got it...I thought it was kind of a waste of space....
    But very easy...
    The trick I guess is the pokey thing (rotfl.gif) poke a hole in each egg....set it to the type of egg you want cooked....when done the shells fall off the eggs!! Love it!!
    I toss in eggs when making salads for dinner (DH loved hard boiled eggs)
    I also do over easy....and it's just as good as a poached egg...which we love on corned beef hash.....
    soooooo I'm now a believer....love this gadget rotfl.gif
    Michawnpita
    Thu Jun 25, 2009 2:43 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    That is just plain wrong! Jesus doesn't need to be on my food for me to worship with Him! I can't wait to share that with my helpers at VBS tomorrow (I'm the snack lady, no useless gadgets used!).
    CookieWeasel
    Sun Jun 28, 2009 9:11 pm
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    Re: Measuring Cup Swans: icon_redface.gif Dare I admit it...? (LOL) I LOVE those things. Well, okay, maybe not to actually measure with, but just to have around the kitchen for their cuteness. A friend of mine has a set, and I have always craved them! I didn't realize they were swans-- I thought they were ducks!


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    CookieWeasel
    Sun Jun 28, 2009 9:16 pm
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    Most pointless kitchen gadget ever-- the battery-operated cheese grater I bought. What a waste of money. After one or two uses, I got rid of it and bought a box grater with a plastic hand guard. Cheaper AND better!
    Snowbunny Andorra
    Mon Aug 10, 2009 10:15 am
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    Michawnpita wrote:
    That is just plain wrong! Jesus doesn't need to be on my food for me to worship with Him! I can't wait to share that with my helpers at VBS tomorrow (I'm the snack lady, no useless gadgets used!).


    I did think that it seemed slightly heretical. I mean, we've all heard of the body of Christ at Communion, but, come on, is it really necessary to have the toast of Christ, the lasagne of Christ and the Lancashire Hotpot of Christ, too?!

    I have to admit, though, it did make me chuckle. Maybe I'll buy one for the nuns at my old school just for the look on their faces...
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