What You Should Have Known About This Ingenious Egg Cracking Method Earlier

When you witness a Michelin-starred chef pick up an egg, it raises mixed sentiments in every food-TV-addicted novice cook. 

You know they'll accomplish it, the thing you've attempted and failed at so many times. 

When making fluffy scrambled eggs, how much of the eggshell have you removed? You're having a hard time, yet they make it seem like a piece of cake.

No matter whether they're using the edge of their cast-iron pan or even the kitchen counter to mix, they're always successful.

Your kitchen is haunted by that exquisite crack!, with the two tidy halves of the shell coming apart as if they were meant to. 

 Then then, could it be that chefs are using better-quality, more costly brown eggs? 

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