Perfect scrambled eggs (even farm eggs) require
stirring, low heat, and a good eye.
What if you could have them every morning for the cost
a little prep?
Sous vide* scrambled eggs. In a bag that is rolled back-
and-forth between two rollers that are spaced far
to keep the bag from popping. Set it for a
time and see if you like the consistency. Monkey with
temperature and time. Squeeze onto biscuits** or toast.
You could prepare three or four of these at the beginning
of the week, have the sous vide machine set to fire up at
a specific time, and feed the bag in when you set the
water to boil for coffee.
The rollers would be powered by an intricate stirling
system taking advantage of ambient air and the
temperature of the water, or maybe a little electric
* Cooking in vacuum-sealed bags at low temperature.
** Biscuits are scones without sugar or lemon zest. You
might also use biscuits.