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Old 04-14-2016, 04:54 AM   #71
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Ah but the one with the inserts was what introduced me to poached eggs at Grandpa's house, so it has sentimental value. Also, you can make steamed, individual puddings in those little inserts, or custards, or brule', or little cups of cheesey goodness to pour over the poached eggs. It is not a one-purpose pan in my house.

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Old 04-16-2016, 12:18 PM   #72
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You've got to be careful not to get caught poaching eggs. Robin Hood got a death sentence, in absentia, for poaching the King's deer.
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Old 04-16-2016, 11:38 PM   #73
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You've got to be careful not to get caught poaching eggs. Robin Hood got a death sentence, in absentia, for poaching the King's deer.

Bwahahahahahahahaha Yeh I thought about saying it, but didn't. I'm glad you did. Remember though, if you get caught poaching pears, in a simple syrup, you can oft times get away with it if you share it with the sheriff, topped with chocolate sauce, of course.

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Old 04-17-2016, 08:45 AM   #74
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One more idea to the mix, multiple eggs at one time.

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Old 04-17-2016, 09:24 AM   #75
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One more idea to the mix, multiple eggs at one time...

That's cool. I think I'd lightly oil the muffin cups so the eggs will come out easier.
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Old 04-17-2016, 01:29 PM   #76
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That's cool. I think I'd lightly oil the muffin cups so the eggs will come out easier.
Yep, that's brilliant! I think I'd just spray the whole pan with Pam. I wonder it you could put a rimmed sheet pan on top, and flip to remove them all at once?
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...I wonder it you could put a rimmed sheet pan on top, and flip to remove them all at once?
Then you'd have to deal with the water in each cup.
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That's cool. I think I'd lightly oil the muffin cups so the eggs will come out easier.
Yeah. If you look close some of the white of the egg he removed did stick to the pan.
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I have a non stick muffin pan. That along with the Pam mentioned should do the trick.
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I have a non stick muffin pan. That along with the Pam mentioned should do the trick.
I have never trusted the "non stick" pans.
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