I'm reading that some people have successfully hatched chicken eggs in crock pots https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=3058885 or electric frying pans, a crock pot I have...is it possible to do that with an electric buffet? I can add water beneath the pans for humidity. How easy that would be for me to turn the eggs having them incubate on the kitchen counter! It's unclear if the poster covered their electric frying pan or left it uncovered for air circulation. I have an electric buffet http://www.amazon.com/Maxi-Matic-EWM-9933-Platinum-2-Quart-Stainless/dp/B002DUCCEW/ref=pd_sbs_k_4 and I'm testing the temperatures by putting a small towel on the bottom and a wet towel in aluminum foil to keep them separate. Also have a refrigerator magnet thermometer in there to tell me the temperature. It is possible to set it below 100 degrees with the plastic lid on. There's a whole for a serving spoon for ventilation and there is condensation on the lid...if I were to put eggs on the towel and cover them with another towel....could this work?