Sixty Eggs, Zero Mistake; There is Hope
Tuesday, September 08, 2015
Did I feel like cooking? Certainly not. But it's already two days late as I should have cooked them on Sunday. These eggs are from the farmer's market and they are best cooked the same day or the next day at the latest. Otherwise, I might as well throw them out. Once I get going with the cooking however, it isn't so bad as the momentum takes care of itself. It took an hour. I used duck fat which has wonderful aroma. Once you've cooked with duck fat, you'll be totally spoiled. I also noticed that the eggs are fertile. I was pleased that the farmers got roosters in his flock.
I didn't break a single yolk with the 60 eggs. So there is hope with my cooking skill after all.
P.S. I freeze these and have eggs for 30 days at the rate of 2 per day. Thanks.
My Setup: Dual stove
Covered with 2 12x12 1/4" thick (3/8 would be better), aluminum sheets bought from ebay. Otherwise, the griddle gets too hot and the eggs will brown. This is the secret.
I bought the griddle from Amazaon