How to Crack Eggs
Impress your friends and woo your significant other by not looking like a dingus when cracking eggs.
On my first day of being a pastry chef, my boss told me that I should be able to crack a hundred eggs in less than two minutes, and by golly he was right. Here’s how you do it.
First, put all your eggs and a vessel on the table in front of you. Your vessel should be sturdy and large enough to hold all the egg matter you intend to crack. I like small plastic buckets. Have an open bin within easy reach for the egg shells. If you’re right-handed you should put the eggs at your left, the vessel in the middle and the bin at your right. You should always work from weak hand to strong hand.