Dyed, molded eggs

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    I made these with ice cream sandwich molds from Williams Sonoma (also available on Amazon.com through The Baker's Catalog). They also do quadruple duty as cookie cutters, onigiri (rice ball) molds, and egg molds!

    ♫ bunnychan εїз, foreveravalon, and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. supamb 107 months ago | reply

      That's really cool!

    2. sugar-skull.com [deleted] 107 months ago | reply

      awwww

    3. ♫ bunnychan εїз 97 months ago | reply

      Oh biggie is so cute expecially the piggy box... I guess also cooking cute has but apart from you 2 i never saw elsewhere...It would be lovely to have the pig...

    4. Biggie* 97 months ago | reply

      Actually, Telophase on LiveJournal saw my original post and got the different square/circle ("squircle") set from Tovolo, then documented using it as an egg mold here.

    5. Karrock 93 months ago | reply

      That is awesome! I didn't even know you could pressure/squeeze mold hard boiled eggs. And the quick dip and dye is even a neater trick to top off the effect. And it's funny coincidence too, because I was just looking at some retangular snap-top storage boxes at Target yesterday and couldn't for the life of me think of why they looked so useful. Bento boxes! :o)

      I found your Lunch in a Box entry then your flickr photos through BoingBoing (who got it from Neatorama). So if you're experience an influx of traffic, now you'll know why! ;o)

      www.boingboing.net/2007/08/01/egg_molds_from_icecr.html

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