Have you ever seen hard boiled eggs diced into those perfect little cubes and wondered how they did that? It’s really easy to do as long as you have a wire egg slicer. I’m generally not a fan of single-purpose gadgets in the kitchen, but this one makes the cut.
Start by cutting perpendicular to the long axis, the way you would if you were just going to do slices.
Holding everything together, turn the egg a quarter turn and slice again.
One more quarter turn — it’s going to be really hard to hold it all together now.
And that’s it.
Want more like this? For more recipes like this, that you can hold right in your hands, and write on, take notes, tear pages out if you want (Gosh, you're tough on books, aren't you?) you might be interested in How To Cook Like Your Grandmother, 2nd edition, Illustrated. Or to learn your way around the kitchen, check out Starting From Scratch: The Owner's Manual for Your Kitchen.