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Giveaway: Joseph Joseph M-Cuisine™ Egg poacher

Joseph Joseph M Cuisine Egg Poacher

Poached eggs are my nemesis. I just can't get it right whatever I try. So when Joseph Joseph, the innovative household product specialists approached me to try out their M-Cuisine™ Egg poacher I couldn't refuse. The M-Cuisine™ Egg poacher is simply a microwave egg poacher which makes cooking poached eggs a doddle. 2 Eggs can be cooked to perfection in just over a minute, so you are never too far away from a healthy snack of poached eggs on toast.

Joseph Joseph have kindly given me an M-Cuisine™ Egg poacher to give away to one of my readers. All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning is to fill in the Rafflecopter widget below. UK entrants only please.

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  1. We love eggs here - such a quick and easy breakfast - would be well used in this house - thanks for the chance to win x

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  2. I would love to win because I'm useless at making poached eggs :)

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  3. because I love poached eggs and this looks very simple to get the perfect egg.

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  4. I would love to win one of these to make life easier and to show my two poached egg amd sons how to poach their own!

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  5. Such a clever gadget, would love to try using one of these - bound to be far less disastrous than the usual attempts!

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  6. i love egss but i have never managed to poach one very well

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  7. Would love to win, as I enjoy poached eggs but struggle to get them right. CHERYL HADFIELD

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  8. I'd love to win because I love having poached eggs in the morning but i'm absolutely useless at them - they're always too hard or I make a mess in the pan. This makes it look simple, even for me!

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  9. I've wanted one of these for ages! Would love to be able to make perfect poached eggs on the weekend :)

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  10. That is genius! Would make life so much easier. Love poached eggs.

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  11. Would be a lot less hassle than using a pan. Have wanted an egg poacher for ages. Quick for me and hubby to make them for lunch

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  12. I've tried and failed so many times to make the perfect poached egg and I just can't get it right so I would love to win.

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  13. My poached eggs never turn out like they should do no matter how I do them in a pan.

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  14. I love poached eggs but i'm useless at making tham by the traditional method, a gagdet like this would make it so much easier

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  15. I love poached eggs but i'm useless at making tham by the traditional method, a gagdet like this would make it so much easier

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  16. It looks such an easy way to make poached eggs

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  17. To make the perfect poached egg. Really great to have in the kitchen

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  18. Because it would make it so much easier and my girls love them

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  19. Easy to use and my daughter can do too

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  20. I can't really poach eggs myself :'( x

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  21. I love eggs but always struggle to poach them just right so this would be an eggcellent help!

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