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September 5, 2006

World's Most Technical Omelet Pan

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From the website:

    Push-Button Omelet Pan

    The secret of Chef Giornali's 9½''W x 16''L Omelet Pan is a patented push-button gear system that does the flipping for you — from both sides — for a restaurant-perfect triple-fold omelet.

    Great for pancakes, blintzes and crepes, too.

    Includes non-stick aluminum omelet pan with glass lid, plus — Bonus! — 6'' pan to cook fillings.

    3-piece set.

    50 recipes.

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I dunno — push-buttons, gears, that's a lot to take in when you just want to make an omelet.

Ever so reluctantly I forced to declare this device persona non grata in the TechnoDolt™ kitchen space.

But that leaves all of you free to add it to your batterie de cuisine, what?

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$29.99.

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That really is seriously sad. What's wrong with either practicing a little so you can do it, or a little imperfection - or even both. If my nine year old son can manage to turn out an omelette that's good enough to eat....

Posted by: Skipweasel | Sep 6, 2006 4:45:11 PM

Reminds me of the cardboard folding thingie to help you create perfect and uniform clothing "packets" to place in your drawers, so that if Martha comes to your housing for drawer inspection: You WILL pass.

Posted by: Mb | Sep 5, 2006 12:54:38 PM

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