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Anyway, I have a few of these egg rings, and I love 'em. I never have a problem. I bought mine in Bed,Bath and Beyond. They're non-stick coated which makes it easier. I still even give them a quick spray with Pam, and I never have the problem of them sticking.

I also got mine at BBB, but they don't seem to have the non-stick coating.

I've attempted this several times since my original post on the topic, and i've finally got it down. I do have to grease the rings with Crisco, but then i'm golden. I let them get almost done on one side, remove the ring, then flip to finish cooking. Goes pretty smoothly now. I even tried pouring some water in the pan for poaching, and that worked as well.

As for the folks who say they nuke eggs in the botton of a cup for this effect, i'm gonna hafta give the big thumbs down on that one. Tried it, didn't like the taste.

Bon
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