Adventures in advanced cookery...

The fabulous K in his quest for perfection in all foods* was keen to try cooking eggs at exactly 69 degrees for one hour - thus apparently producing the most perfect and succulent egg.
I figured the Da would fully embrace this experiment and offer his kiln as the most accurate cooking environment. We are, after all, obsessed with cooking the most perfect egg round here, what with the chickens producing so many themselves...

We programmed the kiln to go up to 69 degrees at the rate of 500 degrees per hour. (As a result the temperature went up to 72 or so and then slowly came down - next time we will take it easier!)
Unfortuneatly the results weren't quite done, so we had to finish them off in a pot. Opinions were divided 2:1 on the kiln-cooked eggs having a softer white. But they were still a delicious easter sunday tea and more experiments are planned for the future!

*including ones he hates