This web site (Egg-Coddlers.COM)
is dedicated to the study of egg coddlers.
An egg coddler is a porcelain or pottery cup with a lid
that was designed to prepare food ... in particular, an
egg dish that is called coddled eggs.
This site intends to be an information resource and
a forum for collectors and users of egg coddlers.
The data shown on this web site should not be assumed to be exhaustive
or even complete. We have large amounts of uncatalogued data that has
yet to be added to this site. We need your help to make this site
useful. If you know of
recipes, examples, or
any other information ... or if you have images of
egg coddlers that you would like to share on this site, please
Index of Egg-Coddlers.COM
- What's New?
For frequent visitors to the web site ... this page will note
recent changes or updates to Egg-Coddlers.COM.
Introduction ... What is an Egg Coddler?
A general description of what we consider to be an egg coddler.
Pictures of some example coddler forms. Examples of objects
that are often referred to as an 'egg coddler' that are not within
the scope of this site.
Manufacturers of Egg Coddlers
A catalog listing of all manufacturers that we know
have produced coddlers.
Includes some makers mark and/or characteristics that
can identify the maker of the coddler. Each entry
points to a catalog of known examples from that manufacturer.
An alphabetic listing of manufacturer pattern
names (if known) of all coddlers on this site.
When the pattern name isn't known, the major
visible features of the pattern or shape are
Coddler Recipes, Cooking, and Handling Tips
Recipe contributions are always welcome!
Frequently Asked Questions
A list of frequently asked questions about the web site, or
egg coddlers in general. With answers whenever possible.
Sources and Reliability of Information
We like to annotate, whenever possible, where we found the
information that we listed. Here we describe what those
A site of this scope can't exist without the assistance and
information from many coddler collectors and traders. Please
if you spot errors (typographical or factual),
if you can verify the existance of unlisted examples of coddlers,
or if you wish to share images or information from your collection.
About this Website
The story of how this all came to be.
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Tuesday, 18-Aug-2015 19:11:41 EST
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