During her decades as television’s domestic diva, Martha Stewart served up countless tips and tricks for creating tasty food. But, she may have topped herself with a clever hack she shared online to promote a recent episode of Food Network Canada‘s “Chopped”.
In a video shared by the show’s social media accounts in mid-December, the newest member of the “Chopped” judging team demonstrated a thoroughly unique method of making “the softest, fluffiest scrambled eggs” — not with a frying pan, but with a cappuccino machine.
In her demo, Stewart, 77, breaks a couple of eggs into a container, adding salt, pepper and a bit of butter before beating them well.
She then boggles minds by bringing the container of eggs to a cappuccino machine, inserting the steam wand into the eggs and cooking them with steam.
The eggs are ready, she explains, “in just a matter of seconds,” with Stewart declaring, “These eggs are buttery and fluffy and light and delicious.”
Meanwhile, the Twitterverse was divided over her unique cooking method, with some declaring her hack to be sheer genius:
Others, however, were more confused than awed by Stewart’s egg steaming method, with numerous people pointing out how tough it’s going to be to clean that egg-encrusted steam wand.