At this time of the year the refrigerator is full of eggs ready to be boiled and dyed. I occasionally mix up which ones are raw and which ones are cooked, and no one wants to crack open the wrong type of egg.
To check and see if an egg is cooked, spin it around. If it wobbles, it is raw. If it spins smoothly and is easy to stop, it is cooked.
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Interesting, but I never have enough eggs in the fridge that I am likely to mix them with only two of us. Have a good day DianeReplyDelete
Great tip that will save some clean-up!ReplyDelete
Sorry Chris I deleted this comment on my phone when I tried to publish it. Your comments always make me smile! :)ReplyDelete
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You are one smart egg!