Secret Mojo Dumbs It Down for You

August 1, 2006

Global warming saves on gas: How to cook an egg

Filed under: baking,energy,Food,Humor,recipes,Weather — secretmojo @ 10:09 pm


1 Egg
1 Tbsp Cooking Oil
1 Cookie Sheet
A hot frickin city

First, go to one of the places in pink, or in a pinch, one in red:


If you are in Europe, you can go to any of the cities marked yellow below:


Always check your cooking temperature first:


Lightly grease your cookie sheet with oil, and place it on a level surface outside around noon. NOTE: You do NOT need a grill. I did place mine next to one, but only to make him feel impotent:
Crack an egg onto your cookie sheet, and wait about 2 hours:


DO NOT STAY OUTSIDE WATCHING YOUR EGG, unless you wish to die.

You can salt and pepper as you like, but unless you are stupid like me, don’t eat it. At 99°F, The yolk skin acquires a tough cardboard-like hide, and the whites are —what’s the word?—viscous. Just plain gunky. Perhaps a trip to Heat Wave, Kansas could fix that…
Enjoy the globally delicious weather!



  1. MMM. Yummy. Two tags you forgot Mr. SMJ — recipes and baking. Who knew you were running both a knitting blog and a cooking blog over here?! BL

    Comment by bloglily — August 1, 2006 @ 10:47 pm | Reply

  2. Aw, heck, why not? I got a bazillion categories anyway… Done.

    Comment by secretmojo — August 1, 2006 @ 11:37 pm | Reply

  3. Time to break out the solar cooker, babe.

    Comment by Anna — August 2, 2006 @ 6:10 pm | Reply

  4. Great link, Anna, thanks! I may just build one. Even if it does feel like cheating…

    Comment by secretmojo — August 3, 2006 @ 2:00 am | Reply

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