Flippin' great work from egg record breaker
He's made omelettes at the White House and for US talk show host Oprah Winfrey in less than 50 seconds.
Now Guinness World Record holder Howard Helmer has brought his impressive skills to Ireland in a bid to get us all eating eggs.
A survey by Bord Bia showed that 37pc of 25 to 45-year-olds eat eggs for their main evening meal, up 17pc since 2011.
It also found that 85pc consumed eggs once a week.
Bord Bia has now recruited Helmer, also known as the 'Incredible Egg Man,' to promote the use of eggs. He holds three Guinness World Records, including the world's fastest omelette flipper at 32 flips per minute, as well as fastest single omelette from eggshell to plate in 49 seconds. Mr Helmer said: "I come from a Russian immigrant family and there was not a lot of money.
"My grandmother was the main patriarch, and whatever she would cook for dinner one night, she would mix eggs with the leftovers the next night. So eggs to me are like soul food."
He began making omelettes when he began working for the American Egg Board 42 years ago. "I got in the record books for the credential so when I show people how to make an omelette it's believable."
He said an omelette is "all about what's inside" which means it has a huge versatility within a healthy diet.