Thursday, June 5, 2008

Episode 4: How to Boil an Egg

Since you're probably still reeling from all of the How to Lie instructional advice from earlier today, I'm closing out the maiden voyage of The Psychopedia with an easy one. IN THEORY it's easy. But this is something a lot of people don't know how to do. And a lot of these people are having children, driving cars, running countries and making movies. So there's hope for us all if these people can make it! Anyway, How to Boil an Egg:

9 comments:

Stoph said...

Do you work at all anymore???

Rooie said...

Do you take suggestions? Because I'd like a "How To Divide Day Lilies" someday.

DG Strong said...

Mmmmmmmmaybe.

Kaethe said...

The only two things I know how to do in the kitchen are boil an egg and cook pasta. Please, don't cover pasta. I couldn't bear to discover I'd been doing that wrong, too.

Tana Butler said...

I'm scared to leave a comment.

But.

Don't you cover them with COLD water after a bit, so they peel more easily?

I do.

DG Strong said...

Not all the details can be covered on an 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper. God!

Debi said...

Sooo...there will be a separate post about the peeling?

LAC Staff said...

Hmmmm. I've never added salt. What's its purpose?

Leah said...

Salt does two things. It lowers the boiling temperature of water (I think I learned that in 7th grade home ec which was before plate tectonics, so, you know...)and if the eggs crack a bunch of salt in the water will keep the whites from oozing out all icky-like.