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Old 03-20-2006, 03:23 PM   #31
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I never fry, scramble, fritatta, or omlette without a nonstick skillet. BTW, I bought a few of those little egg poacher "spoons" (a slotted egg shaped bowl with a long handle) from W-S and used them for the first time. Hubby has more of a tendency to want kitchen gadgetry than I. But I have to say, this made egg poaching quite easy and fun. I don't know if this is something we really need to make room for in our kitchen, but what the heck. But as far as I'm concerned, for any egg-meets-skillet preparation it is nonstick all the way.
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