Cute Egg Molds

When I was growing up in Hawaii, we’d sometimes go buy school supplies at the Japanese bookstore. They always had lots of cool or cute stuff that you didn’t find in the regular stores. The Japanese always designed things that were a step above anything else.

Apparently, they didn’t limit cute design to just erasers and gadgets. They’ve found their way into food as well. Annie got these cute little egg molds sent to her from Japan via Singapore.

You take a freshly peeled, hard-boiled egg and clamp it in the mold for 10 minutes to set, then take it out.

I put a little soy sauce on the egg to show you the definition (and to make the egg tastier!)

Fun!

Aloha, Nate

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  1. tigerfish says:

    >They’re cute. Maybe you could get these at Daiso Japan at Daly City?

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