Sunday, January 26, 2014

Cooking Scrambled Eggs

Scrambled Eggs
Cooking Scrambled Eggs on a Stove
Making scrambled eggs feels like cheating with a non-stick pot. Just throw it in the pot and stir. It's not that easy to be honest... I used to screw it up all the time and burn it ever so slightly to make it bad. A stainless steel pot has been used with little success in the past. If two eggs went into that thing, only one came out because of how much of it got stuck to the inside of the pot. Got it to work maybe once or twice.

The video is of scrambled eggs being cooked in a non-stick pot. A pan really should have been used to make everything more visible, but the smallest pan available was too big for two eggs. They didn't come out very well because they weren't stirred before being put in the pot, and having to deal with the camera made things a bit more interesting.

Reminder: Temperatures are not accurate.

IR Vision, First Crack: Hot Cup, LCD TV, and a Laptop
Playing with Water
Toaster Oven and Stove Top

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