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Wed Apr 17, 2013, 10:09 PM

Scramble an egg inside it's shell...Here's a neat trick

I haven't tried this yet and although I've been intriqued by those infomercials for a gadget that does this...I've managed to keep that toy out of my kitchen. Here's a way to do it with a long sleeve tee shirt and some string.

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Reply Scramble an egg inside it's shell...Here's a neat trick (Original post)
The empressof all Apr 2013 OP
freshwest Apr 2013 #1
The empressof all Apr 2013 #3
freshwest Apr 2013 #4
The empressof all Apr 2013 #10
freshwest Apr 2013 #11
csziggy Apr 2013 #13
Betsy Ross Apr 2013 #2
TheMadMonk Apr 2013 #5
Betsy Ross Apr 2013 #7
TheMadMonk Apr 2013 #8
Betsy Ross Apr 2013 #9
freshwest Apr 2013 #6
locks Apr 2013 #12

Response to The empressof all (Original post)

Wed Apr 17, 2013, 10:18 PM

1. Cool. Have you heard of the way to get the raw egg out without cracking the shell?

I read something like years ago. Something for Easter eggs. IIRC, a needle was used to get it to come out, but forget the reason why it was important. A craft project most likely. I'd like to try this scrambled egg idea.

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Response to freshwest (Reply #1)

Wed Apr 17, 2013, 10:37 PM

3. You need a firm hand and a sharp pin

I've watched my grandma do it when she made pysanky but never tried it. I know there are tools you can buy as well to make it easier. I'm sure there is a video somewhere. Probably under egg blowing.

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Response to The empressof all (Reply #3)

Wed Apr 17, 2013, 10:52 PM

4. So the purpose is to save the egg shell for something else? What's Pysanky, BTW?

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Response to freshwest (Reply #4)

Thu Apr 18, 2013, 10:57 AM

10. Pysanky are Ukranian Easter Eggs

It is a very detailed process ...

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Response to The empressof all (Reply #10)

Thu Apr 18, 2013, 01:06 PM

11. Thanks. One would certainly want the egg removed to keep those for years. Lovely art work.

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Response to freshwest (Reply #4)

Sun Apr 21, 2013, 01:26 AM

13. People decorate the eggs and want to keep them

For instance, an embroidery blogger I follow recently did a series of articles about embroidering eggs. It's amazing what she has done with them:
http://www.needlenthread.com/2013/03/hand-embroidery-on-eggs-index.html

ETA - here was her inspiration: http://album.aufeminin.com/album/see_105544_55/Photo-d-expo.html

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Response to The empressof all (Original post)

Wed Apr 17, 2013, 10:20 PM

2. Yes, but how does it taste.

I watched the video without sound so if they said how it tastes I missed it.

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Response to Betsy Ross (Reply #2)

Wed Apr 17, 2013, 10:52 PM

5. Suck it and see grandma. /nt

 

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Response to TheMadMonk (Reply #5)

Wed Apr 17, 2013, 10:58 PM

7. FU. n/t

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Response to Betsy Ross (Reply #7)

Wed Apr 17, 2013, 11:07 PM

8. Oh come on. Was just funning.

 

BR seems like a nice comfortable grandmaish name, and the subject is eggs.

Seriously why not just give it a try?" Worst case, you're out an egg and 15 mins of your time. AND the dog loves you a little more.

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Response to TheMadMonk (Reply #8)

Wed Apr 17, 2013, 11:11 PM

9. OK, you're forgiven.

I do plan on trying it, but I don't really like eggs. I'll try it on SO.

I am NOT a Grandma nor a Ma. But I am an Aunt Susie to many.

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Response to Betsy Ross (Reply #2)

Wed Apr 17, 2013, 10:53 PM

6. I don't think he described that. He asked for people to try it and contact him, though.

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Response to The empressof all (Original post)

Thu Apr 18, 2013, 05:20 PM

12. for colored eggs

A large darning needle and good lungs are needed to put holes in the ends, then blow out the egg. If you're not intending to hide the eggs for the kids and are careful with the dyed egg shells you can save them for next Easter. And have scrambled eggs for breakfast or bake a cake.

I got to see 9 of the fabulous Faberge eggs in New York in 2004 before Forbes sold them for about 120 million to an oil tycoon who returned them to Russia. They were created for the Russian Imperial family from 1898 to 1916; out of 50 made 47 have survived in collections around the world. In 1989 26 eggs were loaned to San Diego, the largest collection on exhibit since the Russian revolution.

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