Well, OK, not quite. Go ahead and make an angry comment about the misleading headline if you like, but honestly, this is as close as you’re going to get to making an omelette without breaking eggs. Because this video will teach you how to make a scrambled egg inside a shell:
I have some questions about this. Does this really count as scrambled? Isn’t it something entirely new like … hard-boiled-scrambled eggs? Does “scrambled” just mean the egg and white are mixed, or does it require something more? Like butter?
Here’s a guy doing it in complete silence, which makes the whole thing more cool, as you can hear only the sound of the stocking whipping in the wind:
Apparently they taste quite good, and ruin cliches.
Here’s How to Magically Cook Scrambled Eggs in the Shell, Grub Street.
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