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(Soshiok)   Today's freaky new foodie trend: Egg on a stick   (soshiok.com) divider line 43
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2014-06-13 08:29:25 AM  
Looks like a Fleshlight.
 
2014-06-13 08:39:05 AM  

Tr0mBoNe: Looks like a Fleshlight.


Give it time, somebody will end up in the emergency room with "severe egg burns"
 
2014-06-13 09:23:41 AM  
Next up: Stick on an egg.
 
2014-06-13 09:26:12 AM  
foodie....?

*ignio_montoya.jpg*
 
2014-06-13 09:27:59 AM  
 
2014-06-13 09:28:11 AM  
I guess it was made for people walking out the door on their way to work. I only cooks eggs, though. Just another gadget that will soon be collecting dust on the counter.
 
2014-06-13 09:28:12 AM  
You can pick a barely used one up at a garage sale in 3 years. Probably in the free pile in the cardboard box next to the mailbox.
 
2014-06-13 09:28:34 AM  
I have one. I love it.


/not a foodie
 
2014-06-13 09:30:52 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2014-06-13 09:31:00 AM  
www.rankopedia.com

Es bueno...
 
2014-06-13 09:31:45 AM  
Anything is better than an orange on a toothpick.


3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-06-13 09:33:43 AM  
 
2014-06-13 09:34:07 AM  
Wait, so according to the pictures on the bottom, I can wrap my en a stick in meat as well?

If I could order that at a resturant I would.

/have trouble making time to go to the store
//already have a couple things in the kitchen that I don't use.
///also various other crap in the house that I should throw out.
 
2014-06-13 09:35:38 AM  
I hate the broken behavior of my mobile backspace key.
 
2014-06-13 09:41:25 AM  
"a column of egg rises"

Interestingly, that is also the title of the fantasy novel I'm writing.
 
2014-06-13 09:51:30 AM  
This is not a foodie trend. A foodie would ridicule anyone who used one of these things.
 
2014-06-13 10:00:18 AM  
media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com

It's been done.
 
2014-06-13 10:03:38 AM  
 
2014-06-13 10:04:35 AM  

jxb465: This is not a foodie trend. A foodie would ridicule anyone who used one of these things.


I'll start.
I have an 8" slant side, cast iron, antique, sautee' pan just for eggs.
nothing else gets to be cooked in that pan. 
I bought it for $1 at a yard sale 30 years ago.
I seasoned it by boiling peanut oil in it for a couple of days.

I don't fark around with my skillets and I have dozens of them.
 
2014-06-13 10:05:22 AM  
State Fair roach coach entrepreneurs are hipster foodies then, because you can get any kind of food there is on a stick there. Also deep fat fried. Then battered, and fried some more.

/fried
//on a stick
 
2014-06-13 10:09:40 AM  

RussianPooper: Hoe can I make my breakfast fit better into my colon?


Seriously I thought I was going to pee myself when he was eating the egg log outta the chicken's ass.
 
2014-06-13 10:10:00 AM  
From TFA:

A Singapore company, Aztech Technologies, which sells networking devices and home appliances, created one in March this year and called it the LollieEgg Roll Maker

How much more random a combination can you get?

But, a check of their website shows that, indeed, they do indeed.
 
2014-06-13 10:11:53 AM  

vudukungfu: jxb465: This is not a foodie trend. A foodie would ridicule anyone who used one of these things.

I'll start.
I have an 8" slant side, cast iron, antique, sautee' pan just for eggs.


This is going to sound snarky, but it's a serious question. What is a "slant side" pan? All of my pans have "slanted" sides, I think.. is it a straight side as opposed to curved?  The Google didn't return any obvious answers.
 
2014-06-13 10:15:04 AM  
I have a couple of these. I use them to do food on a stick for Cub Scout camp outs. Skewer a sausage link and then cook with eggs. You also can do pancakes in the Rollie. I usually pre-make two of each per kid the day ahead and just heat them. Also great with egg beaters.
 
2014-06-13 10:25:09 AM  

DjangoStonereaver: From TFA:

A Singapore company, Aztech Technologies, which sells networking devices and home appliances, created one in March this year and called it the LollieEgg Roll Maker

How much more random a combination can you get?

But, a check of their website shows that, indeed, they do indeed.


It's just the usual chinese stuff with their name on it.

Looks like they might be the ones that used to make soundcards, back in the stone age, though...
 
2014-06-13 10:27:49 AM  
Uh, we've been grilling quail eggs wrapped in bacon, on a stick, at our restaurant for years...

This is an "I'm too lazy to cook real food, but don't want to buy McDonalds on the way to my cubicle" thing.
 
2014-06-13 10:29:32 AM  

RobotSpider: vudukungfu: jxb465: This is not a foodie trend. A foodie would ridicule anyone who used one of these things.

I'll start.
I have an 8" slant side, cast iron, antique, sautee' pan just for eggs.

This is going to sound snarky, but it's a serious question. What is a "slant side" pan? All of my pans have "slanted" sides, I think.. is it a straight side as opposed to curved?  The Google didn't return any obvious answers.


Your observation is correct.

I have a couple of iron skillets and the best are from Lodge...they have Lodge Logic factory seasoned iron skillets

The difference is that some skillets are like this on the edges |_|vs having one that is like this \_/
 
2014-06-13 10:32:05 AM  
Can't wait to buy their fudge maker.
 
2014-06-13 10:33:45 AM  

ChipNASA: RobotSpider: vudukungfu: jxb465: This is not a foodie trend. A foodie would ridicule anyone who used one of these things.

I'll start.
I have an 8" slant side, cast iron, antique, sautee' pan just for eggs.

This is going to sound snarky, but it's a serious question. What is a "slant side" pan? All of my pans have "slanted" sides, I think.. is it a straight side as opposed to curved?  The Google didn't return any obvious answers.

Your observation is correct.

I have a couple of iron skillets and the best are from Lodge...they have Lodge Logic factory seasoned iron skillets

The difference is that some skillets are like this on the edges |_|vs having one that is like this \_/

www.clovegarden.com Curved or slanted

vs

More vertical edge skillet
(usually used with a lid)

kakimenno.ru
 
2014-06-13 10:36:17 AM  
The foodie trend allows people to feel superior to others without resorting to race, religion, sex, etc.
Of course, the "food security/insecurity" people might have a problem with this, but I think there is a huge overlap.
 
2014-06-13 10:41:46 AM  
the real question is, "will this thing make corndogs?".

regardless, I just might have to pair one of these with a Bob Evans Gravy Dispenser.
 
2014-06-13 10:44:17 AM  
A Singapore company, Aztech Technologies, which sells networking devices and home appliances, created one in March this year and called it the LollieEgg Roll Maker

i66.photobucket.com
 
2014-06-13 10:44:46 AM  

RobotSpider: What is a "slant side" pan?


What ChipNASA said.

Perfect for saute' work, but you better have some meat on your arms.
It's not a light pan.

I have one of the more obscure Griswalds out there, too.
The Colonial 666

It's perfect for making exactly 4 grilled cheese sandwiches at the same time on a stove or on a fire.

I have a cast iron dutch over to make cobblers in and one just for chili.
 
2014-06-13 10:47:48 AM  
"You nail together two things that have never been nailed together before and some schmuck will buy it!"

--George Carlin
 
2014-06-13 10:50:19 AM  
Stonelotus
Wow, I didn't know you could buy one of the gravy dispensers. Only $600! .
Seriously, on the list for when I hit the lottery. My wife's family loves that nastiness.
I can only take it once or twice a year (usually during the Ky derby breakfast party the wife holds).
 
2014-06-13 10:59:15 AM  
Meh, give me mozzarella cubes on a stick or chocloate-covered banana on a stick anyday.
 
2014-06-13 11:50:09 AM  

vudukungfu: RobotSpider: What is a "slant side" pan?

What ChipNASA said.

Perfect for saute' work, but you better have some meat on your arms.
It's not a light pan.

I have one of the more obscure Griswalds out there, too.
The Colonial 666

It's perfect for making exactly 4 grilled cheese sandwiches at the same time on a stove or on a fire.

I have a cast iron dutch over to make cobblers in and one just for chili.


Please tell me that's not your video. Honestly! Who pours oil and food into a cold skillet and then heats it? Cool skillet, though.

I inherited my great-grandmother's complete set of cast-iron skillets. Nothing fancy or unique, just every size from a single egg, to something big enough to make Southern fried Ostrich. All perfectly seasoned.
 
2014-06-13 12:17:49 PM  
If it was a scotch egg on a stick, you'd have me. I can feel my arteries clogging just thinking about it.
 
2014-06-13 12:34:43 PM  

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: Please tell me that's not your video. Honestly! Who pours oil and food into a cold skillet and then heats it?


Not my video. I'm no idiot when it comes to cooking.
But it's a better view of the pan than a regular jpg.
It also makes wonderful grilled egg, bacon, and cheese breakfast sandwiches.
You can cook the bacon on the long side, trickle some grease into the squares to do eggs, and then pop the eggs on bread, put back on the greasy square side with cheese on top, when toasted, put bacon on top, add slice of bread, flip upside down and toast the other side. Makes two nice sandwiches every time. Also makes perfectly portioned control sized pancakes that you can stack in a rectangular saltines bin (metal) to keep warm for serving large groups.

I also have a 20" aluminum skillet for other applications.
Mostly because it's lightweight for backpacking and you can sterilize utensils in it with a little boiling water.
 
2014-06-13 12:47:31 PM  

vudukungfu: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: Please tell me that's not your video. Honestly! Who pours oil and food into a cold skillet and then heats it?

Not my video. I'm no idiot when it comes to cooking.
But it's a better view of the pan than a regular jpg.
It also makes wonderful grilled egg, bacon, and cheese breakfast sandwiches.
You can cook the bacon on the long side, trickle some grease into the squares to do eggs, and then pop the eggs on bread, put back on the greasy square side with cheese on top, when toasted, put bacon on top, add slice of bread, flip upside down and toast the other side. Makes two nice sandwiches every time. Also makes perfectly portioned control sized pancakes that you can stack in a rectangular saltines bin (metal) to keep warm for serving large groups.

I also have a 20" aluminum skillet for other applications.
Mostly because it's lightweight for backpacking and you can sterilize utensils in it with a little boiling water.


I want one.

For backpacking, I have an English mess kit:

www.caesarscoins.com

It has a two quart pot, and a small folding handled skillet. And my Svea stove:

upload.wikimedia.org

fits perfectly inside. Best setup ever.
 
2014-06-13 02:19:57 PM  

ChipNASA: Your observation is correct.

I have a couple of iron skillets and the best are from Lodge...they have Lodge Logic factory seasoned iron skillets

The difference is that some skillets are like this on the edges |_|vs having one that is like this \_/


Perfect, thanks. I like to cook, and I love my cookware. Always looking to add new hardware.

And when I say "cook", I mean I like eggs, burgers, chicken, chili, etc., not clove and leek infused tofu medallions served on a bed of unicorn hair. I like to make and eat food, not take pictures of it.
 
2014-06-13 03:52:03 PM  

RobotSpider: ChipNASA: Your observation is correct.

I have a couple of iron skillets and the best are from Lodge...they have Lodge Logic factory seasoned iron skillets

The difference is that some skillets are like this on the edges |_|vs having one that is like this \_/

Perfect, thanks. I like to cook, and I love my cookware. Always looking to add new hardware.

And when I say "cook", I mean I like eggs, burgers, chicken, chili, etc., not clove and leek infused tofu medallions served on a bed of unicorn hair. I like to make and eat food, not take pictures of it.


the culinary arts are the only art form that regularly stimulate all five senses.  why would you not take advantage of that?
 
2014-06-13 07:31:17 PM  

RobotSpider: not clove and leek infused tofu medallions served on a bed of unicorn hair.


Do NOT knock it until you've tried it! ( wrap the tofu in bacon from free-foraging berkshire bacon... consider adding ramps if in season)
 
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