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rotuts

rotuts

some time ago

 

i made poached eggs some sort of way, Ill have to look over some notes

 

and chilled and refrigerated.

 

I took two out of the refrigerator , cold

 

and added into hot tap water , in a plastic bowl w a plastic ' strainer

 

and older OXO salad spinner I saved

 

and put them in the plastic stainer w a few pastil caps to keep the eggs away from the edge

 

and micro''d on full power for 30 or 40 seconds

 

and then let them be while I did other things

 

cracked them over buttered hot toast at the last minute when the rest of breakfast was ready

 

and was happy w the result.  they were hot , perfectly done for me

 

and there was a little hot-runny egg white

 

which I didn't mind on the toast , made some interesting sl soggy bits

 

that was what I wa thinking  about

 

really good poached eggs

 

w the last step in the AM mindless , but with a delicious result.

 

Ill have to try that again.

 

BTW :  ATK  didn't tell us how many eggs were cracked to get those few seconds of Egg Shots

 

nor why should they ?

 

perfect is after some editing Id guess  .   still tasty !

 

just saying.

rotuts

rotuts

some time ago

 

i made poached eggs some sort of way, Ill have to look over some notes

 

and chilled and refrigerated.

 

I took two out of the refrigerator , cold

 

and added into hot tap water , in a plastic bowl w a plastic ' strainer

 

and older OXO salad spinner I saved

 

and put them in the plastic stainer w a few pastil caps to keep the eggs away from the edge

 

and micro''d on full power for 30 or 40 seconds

 

and then let them be while I did other things

 

cracked them over buttered hot toast at the last minute when the rest of breakfast was ready

 

and was happy w the result.  they were hot , perfectly done for me

 

and there was a little hot-runny egg white

 

which I didn't mind on the toast , made some interesting sl soggy bits

 

that was what I wa thinking  about

 

really good poached eggs

 

w the last step in the AM mindless , but with a delicious result.

 

Ill have to try that again.

 

BTW :  AYK  didn't tell us how many eggs were cracked to get those few seconds of Egg Shots

 

nor why should they ?

 

perfect is after some editing Id guess  .   still tasty !

 

just saying.

rotuts

rotuts

some time ago

 

i made poached eggs some sort of way, Ill have to look over some notes

 

and chilled and refrigerated.

 

I took two out of the refrigerator , cold

 

and added into hot tap water , in a plastic bowl w a plastic ' strainer

 

and older OXO salad spinner I saved

 

and put them in the plastic stainer w a few pastil caps to keep the eggs away from the edge

 

and micro''d on full power for 30 or 40 seconds

 

and then let them be while I did other things

 

cracked them over buttered hot toast at the last minute when the rest of breakfast was ready

 

and was happy w the result.  they were hot , perfectly done for me

 

and there was a little hot-runny egg white

 

which I didn't mind on the toast , made some interesting sl soggy bits

 

that was what I wa thinking  about

 

really good poached eggs

 

w the last step in the AM mindless , but with a delicious result.

 

Ill have to try that again.

 

BTW :  AYK  didn't tell us how many eggs were cracked to get those few seconds of Egg Shots

 

just saying.

rotuts

rotuts

some time ago

 

i made poached eggs some sort of way, Ill have to look over some notes

 

and chilled and refrigerated.

 

I took two out of the refrigerator , cold

 

and added into hot tap water , in a plastic bowl w a plastic ' strainer

 

and older OXO salad spinner I saved

 

and put them in the plastic stainer w a few pastil caps to keep the eggs away from the edge

 

and micro''d on full power for 30 or 40 seconds

 

and then let them be while I did other things

 

cracked them over buttered hot toast at the last minute when the rest of breakfast was ready

 

and was happy w the result.  they were hot , perfectly done for me

 

and there was a little hot-runny egg white

 

which I didn't mind on the toast , made some interesting sl soggy bits

 

that was what I wa thinking  about

 

really good poached eggs

 

w the last step in the AM mindless , but with a delicious result.

 

Ill have to try that again.

rotuts

rotuts

some time ago

 

i made poached eggs some sort of way, Ill have to look over some notes

 

and chilled and refrigerated.

 

I took two out of the refrigerator , cold

 

and added into hot tap water , in a plastic bowl w a plastic ' strainer

 

and older OXO salad spinner I saved

 

and put them in the plastic stainer w a few pastil caps to keep the eggs away from the edge

 

and micro''d on full power for 30 or 40 seconds

 

and then let them be while I did other things

 

cracked them over buttered hot toast at the last minute when the rest of breakfast was ready

 

and was happy w the result.  they were hot , perfectly done for me

 

and there was a little hot-runny egg white

 

which I didn't mind on the toast , made some interesting sl soggy bits

 

that was what I wa thinking  about

 

really good poached eggs

 

w the last step in the AM mindless , but delicious.

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