BENNINGTON POTTERS : DAVID GIL | Mid-century egg coddler set. In cooking; coddled eggs are eggs that are gently or lightly cooked in water just below boiling temperature. In this case using a covered stoneware coddler.
To prepare: In a pot, fill with water so it is 1/2" below top of cups (without cover). Crack one egg into the uncovered cup. Pour a small amount of milk or cream on top. Place into pot of gently boiling water. Place cup cover on top and boil for 5-7 minutes. Remove cups with tongs. Prepare toast and cut into 3/4" strips. Dunk strips into your soft boiled eggs.
handmade: bennington, VERMONT
material: local stoneware
dimensions: 00"hcare: although dish washer safe, we recommend hand-washing vintage pieces