Posted by: Emmett Fitz-Hume | December 8, 2010

Making an omelette inside an eggshell

It’s a somewhat primitive method (Austin and I hard-boil the egg, remove the shell with a dremel, decoagulate the egg white and yolk separately with a proprietary unbinding formula, make whatever omelette we desire, repackage and compact in a stainless mold made from the original shell, then reattach the two halves of the original shell with plastic surgery-grade epoxy) but for the home chef this seems quite approachable:

Omelette by injection

Of course we applaud ingenuity in whatever form it comes.  Now if they’d done this with hummingbird eggs we might be impressed.

Now that's an egg.


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