Martha Stewart has made hundreds of millions of dollars telling folks all about crafts, recipes, home decor, and more, but it’s her latest kitchen hack that has everyone totally baffled.
The Food Network recently shared a video on Facebook of the 77-year-old making some scrambled eggs. Seems simple enough, right? But this is Martha we’re talking about, so, of course, her “very fun way to make scrambled eggs” turned into quite the head-scratcher. After breaking up raw eggs in a cup, the Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party star proceeded to use a cappuccino machine to allow the steam to cook her eggs. Check out the viral video below!
“It steams the eggs into the softest, fluffiest scrambled eggs,” Martha explained in the clip. “In just a matter of seconds, your eggs are finished.” Martha even added that these cappuccino-eggs can be used as a “conversation piece in your kitchen.” And well, let’s just say that the majority of people were not big fans of this “hack.” “Next we’ll learn how to make coleslaw with a cabbage and a ceiling fan,” one person wrote on Facebook. While another one added, “Next up: How to cook a brisket in your dishwasher.”
One Facebook user chimed in and said what most of us were thinking: “Because everybody has a cappuccino machine. And no stove and frying pan.” And the complaints continued with people commenting on the fact that the eggs didn’t look very done. “I like my eggs cooked, thanks,” one internet hater criticized, with another similarly writing, “But… but they’re so slimy and undercooked.”
Well, Martha may have her way of cooking eggs, but perhaps she may want to work on finding a way of keeping her makeup mirror from starting a fire, as the entrepreneur recently revealed to her fans that her bathroom was almost ignited by one. “The light was so intense that the paint scorched and smoked and almost ignited!” Martha wrote on social media of the magnifying mirror that resided on her window sill. “My housekeeper smelled the burning paint and stopped the problem. Please take care not to let such a queer thing happen in your home!”
Don’t think a cappuccino machine can help with that.