How to Peel a Hard-Cooked Egg
It's safe to say that removing the shell from hard-cooked eggs can be one of the most frustrating things to do in the kitchen. With this easy tip, you'll no longer consider throwing in the towel.
A regular kitchen teaspoon makes quick work of peeling hard-cooked eggs. First, crack the shell on either end of the egg, then insert the spoon into the opening. Rotate the spoon, lifting the shell as you go. It sure beats “picking” off the shell bit by bit!