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The Rollie Eggmaster Cooking System turns omelets into sausages

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March 21, 2013

The Rollie Eggmaster Cooking System serves omelets up in the style of a skinless sausage

The Rollie Eggmaster Cooking System serves omelets up in the style of a skinless sausage

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The Rollie Eggmaster Cooking System offers a new and rather novel way of cooking eggs, utilizing "vertical cooking technology" to deliver sausage-shaped omelets of all kinds onto your breakfast plate.

Rollie claims that the system requires you merely to crack eggs and pour them into the Eggmaster Cooking System, which then does the rest. The sausage-shaped omelet will pop up out of the top of the appliance when cooked ... making it more like toasting bread than actual cooking. The system works by virtue of a "cylindrical non-stick cooking surface surrounded by a revolutionary heating element."

How many people actually find cooking eggs to be the chore the video below makes it out to be is debatable, but the company claims other advantages over traditional cooking methods; these being the lack of added fat or butter, and less mess. Rollie also claims you're guaranteed "perfect eggs" every time.

Rollie claims the Eggmaster Cooking System results in 'perfect eggs every time'

The Rollie Eggmaster Cooking System is only available to order online to those in the continental United States. At the time of writing the price is US$29.99 plus $9.99 postage and handling fees. It can be seen in use below.

Source: Rollie via Consumerist

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9 Comments

it wasn't the abflex 5000, the snuggie was a disappointment and my automatic christmas card sorter wasn't the time saver I thought it would be. But this time I am sure of it- the Rollie Eggmaster is the key to my happiness & the answer to everything that is wrong in my life!

Gearhead
21st March, 2013 @ 06:49 pm PDT

For much of my life I've lamented the utter mismatch in the shapes of my two favourite breakfast dishes besides bacon. Eggs are round and flat and sausages are cylindrical. Years of experimentation trying to develop egg-shaped sausages were a complete failure and cost me many sessions of expensive therapy as well as the friendship of all those around me. They couldn't handle it and I know now that it wasn't their fault.

Imagine my surprise at seeing the innovative approach that the Rollie scientists took to the same problem! I'm not certain that cylindrical eggs are the complete answer as I question the wisdom of putting another item on my plate that might roll off. Preliminary experiments with toothpicks to prevent lateral motion have been promising, but at this point, I just don't know. There are also questions with the structural integrity - what happens if there's a pocket of cheese? Let alone the issue of the two ends looking different - is the top flat? Rounded like the bottom?

I will try it though. Dammit! I will!

Marcus Carr
21st March, 2013 @ 07:48 pm PDT

Like the Hutzler 571 banana slicer, the Rollie Eggmaster looks like a kitchen must-have! The benefits to Mankind are almost incalculable. This brings us one step closer to World Peace.

Bruce H. Anderson
22nd March, 2013 @ 10:14 am PDT

lol.

You are all cynical b*stards, and I agree with you whole heartedly.

citizenchan
22nd March, 2013 @ 10:42 am PDT

They say that necessity is the mother of invention, so who was it that needed eggs in wiener shape?

Ele Truk
22nd March, 2013 @ 12:14 pm PDT

As a potential customer, I have a few questions:

1. Will the Rollie help me crack open eggs mess free as depicted in the commercial? 2. I have to have my eggs completely uniform in color. Will the Rollie beat the egg too or do I have to take on the arduous chore of washing another bowl? 3. How did they get that sausage to center perfectly within a jacket of egg? 4. Can I use the Rollie to cure cylindrical silicone products? 5. Most importantly, do you sell a smart phone adapter so I can have my breakfast on my morning bike commute?

sk8dad
22nd March, 2013 @ 01:30 pm PDT

I always add chopped onions, green pepper and coriander + black pepper to my omelets. So I assume that a second bowl wash up is a must.

Oh I forgot to mention, I like my omelets flat and round ! Can always make a sandwich out of them in a hurry.

pmshah
24th March, 2013 @ 09:52 pm PDT

Did gizmag use this device? Looks like they just reprinted the wizbang information for a chuckle. But what about me, the serious egg-making consumer who wants cylindrical eggs in my life, an omlet I don't have to fold and forever fail to make into a shellless breakfast taquito?

Dave Parrak, did you use it, like it and endorse it?

toller
26th March, 2013 @ 06:05 am PDT

We haven't used this device, toller. This is merely an article talking of its existence. We do review products, but they would be labeled as a review, which this isn't. Sorry we can't be more help.

Dave Parrack
31st March, 2013 @ 08:07 pm PDT
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