In a carnival world where just about everything from chicken to butter can be eaten “on a stick”, it was only a matter of time before the fad made its way to your kitchen. Now I’m not particularly talented at making eggs either, although rarely have I faced the issues plaguing these poor people. However, who can argue with “vertical cooking technology”? The Rollie contains an internal cylindrical non-stick cooking surface, surrounded by heating elements. Crack a few eggs into the top of the Rollie and minutes later, an egg cylinder will rise out. By inserting a skewer during the cooking process, the egg will adhere to the stick and ease removal, keeping your hands clean. I can’t quite wrap my head around eating an egg tube, but college-me would have probably loved having a quick and clean way to make breakfast, especially in a very limited dorm situation. The Rollie egg maker is available for $29.99.
How do you take your eggs–on a stick?
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I’m hedging my bets on the Pizza rollie. xD
It sounds like a great idea for people who really have no time to cook and wouldn’t want to grab another Big Mac. Might take time to get used to, but actually…
…I think I want one. xD
This is all part of the trend of people who don’t have time to sit down and have breakfast and want to eat in their car.
PEOPLE! Driving takes concentration. Eating is a distraction. Wake up earlier or eat at your desk.
My dad was in the automobile business his entire life. When Mercedes was asked decades ago why they didn’t have cup holders in their cars, they looked puzzled. Why would you be drinking coffee in a car? You need to have both hands on the wheel. (of course some of their freeways have NO speed limit) but the idea was sound. Both hands on the wheel! Just because you can multi-task, doesn’t mean you should in a 3-5 thousand pound rolling steel hammer.
@p51d007 – “You need to have both hands on the wheel”
Does that mean no stick shift allow?