We have to admit that this is one of the strangest ways we have ever seen to cook an egg. This is a pretty simple tip, and you will have to decide if you would ever use it. Seems it has stirred up quite a controversy among cooks and campers. It will be up to you to decide if it is something you would ever use.
At the very least we think you will find it entertaining, and it might be fun for the kids to try the next time you go camping and you’re looking for something to do. We would love to hear if you come up with any other creative ways to use this tip
Top 10 facts about eggs
Article Source: Express
Author: William Hartston
1. Worldwide, around 1.2 trillion eggs are produced for eating every year. The average person on Earth consumes 173 eggs a year.2. Forty per cent of the world’s eggs are consumed in China.3. The Guinness World Record for omelette making is held by Howard Helmer, who made 427 omelettes in 30 minutes.
4. The average hen lays between 250 and 270 eggs a year but some lay more than 300.
5. According to research published in 2008, male dinosaurs were sometimes responsible for sitting on eggs until they hatched.
6. “Nobody can eat 50 eggs,” (George Kennedy in the 1967 film Cool Hand Luke).
7. The world record for eating hard-boiled eggs is 65 in 6min 40sec, by Sonya Thomas in 2003. She would have eaten more but they ran out of eggs.
8. This year’s World Hard-Boiled Egg Eating Championship is due to be held at Radcliff, Kentucky, on Saturday, with a prize fund of $3,000.
9. The brown or white colour of an eggshell is purely dependent on the breed of the hen.
10. “A hen is only an egg’s way of making another egg,” (Life And Habit by Samuel Butler 1835-1902).