How do they get the soft boiled egg in there?
Today I enjoyed the Rebel Within at Craftsman and Wolves in San Francisco. You can see a picture of it about halfway down the comments in this thread http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/37276/im-going-tarine-tomorrow
It's a savory muffin that contains a soft boiled egg. The one in the above picture was perfect, still runny; mine was a little more set but definitely still soft boiled. I had assumed they shape a little hollow in the dough and pipe the egg in there, but no. Seeing in person it's obvious the egg is prepared in the shell. peeled, then encased in the batter before baking.
Any clues on how they do that? Wouldn't the oven heat hard cook the egg by the time the muffin is done?