Jenaer Glas Large Egg Coddler
Jenaer Glas Large Egg Coddler
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Item# 2001115465
Size: 16oz.
These egg coddlers are the perfect piece to use to coddle your eggs! The eggs are soft-cooked and similar to poached eggs, but the eggs are cooked more slowly than a boiled egg. The lid is a secure top that clamps on the dish/cup. The egg or eggs are broken into the buttered coddler and seasonings of your choice are added. The coddler is then closed with the lid and partially immersed in boiling water for a few minutes. When the eggs are cooked to the desired firmness, the coddler is lifted from the boiling water, the lid removed, and served. Enjoy!

Jenaer Glass is one of the best known design brands and stands for an individual way of cooking. Beautiful shapes, outstanding functionality and innovative designs distinguish the products in the FOOD and DRINKS hot' n cool line, which includes double-walled tumblers, bowls and a creamer. Ice-cold desserts, hot appetizers and little culinary delicacies like soups and dips seem to float weightlessly. Furthermore, the thermal effect keeps hot items hot and cool foods fresh longer. The double-walled construction, the hot'n cool products always remain comfortable to the touch, even when they're filled with piping hot beverages.

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Schott Zwiesel, the famed German producer based in one of the world's prime glass-manufacturing centers, has led the glass industry for more than 100 years. The company has many industry "first" to its credit, including the first fully automated production of blown glass stemware in 1967. In the 1990's as the industry struggled with the environmental issues of lead and heavy metals, the company was the first glassmaker to produce lead-free crystal glass of superb quality and brilliance.

Tritan, Break Resistant Stemware

Its latest breakthrough is the patented Tritan technique for producing extra-strong crystalline stemware. The process combines a proprietary mix of materials with tempering of vulnerable points to create the most resilient fine stemware in the world.

Schott Zwiesel is a leading producer of high quality crystalline glassware.