Scramble Your Eggs While They're Still in the Shell

There's a trick you can do with a t-shirt that actually scrambles an egg while it's still in its shell by spinning it really quickly, which makes a golden egg when you boil it. Turning that DIY trick into an actual household object, design house Y Line created the Golden Goose, putting a new, uh, spin on eggs.

While the Golden Goose will simply take out a step of cleanup for traditional scrambled eggs, a scrambled and hard-boiled egg tastes way better than bland egg white and dry yoke. 

The process spins the egg like a centrifuge, which breaks apart the yoke, allowing it to scramble into the whites. It takes a lot of speed to make this happen, which does makes us a little nervous.

But if it doesn't fly off, you get one of these. You can have all the golden eggs you want... just don't be a spoiled brat about it.

Ethan Wolff-Mann is the Gear editor of Supercompressor. He used to be on a dozen-eggs-per-week diet, but has cut back. Follow him on Twitter @ewolffmann.