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bakman_01570
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RE: Toast 2007/09/28 15:51:45 (permalink)
doesn't anyone like good 'ole cinnamon raisin toast with butter?
That is YUMMY !!

I also like toasted light rye with a little bit of butter OR
toasted white bread with butter and strawberry jam!
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RE: Toast 2007/09/28 15:57:56 (permalink)
Southern Californian that I am, my breakfast out toast preference is sourdough, no butter, red raspberry or orange marm instead. That's if I don't order corn tortillas. If I'm out of the area where those aren't offered, regular white toast, no butter.
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RE: Toast 2007/09/28 15:59:38 (permalink)
quote:
Originally posted by bakman_01570

doesn't anyone like good 'ole cinnamon raisin toast with butter?
That is YUMMY !!


I love it (without the butter), but I can count on one hand the times I've seen it on the menu.
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RE: Toast 2007/09/28 19:13:41 (permalink)
quote:
Originally posted by bakman_01570

doesn't anyone like good 'ole cinnamon raisin toast with butter?
That is YUMMY !!

I also like toasted light rye with a little bit of butter OR
toasted white bread with butter and strawberry jam!


Bakman, I'll second you on ALL of those, espec cinnamon raisin. [And now that I am back in the States I can get some Sunmaid raisin bread, mmmmmm!] [edit: just noticed LL had mentioned cinnamon raisin toast on page 1...]

Agree with earlier posts about European hard rolls & cold unsalted butter too.
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RE: Toast 2007/09/28 20:37:14 (permalink)
I agree with Sundancer about toast with lightly salted butter the day after, preferably a good Amish roll butter and maybe dunked in a mug of hot tea, and I've enjoyed a fair amount of cinnamon toast/cinnamon bread toasted ... but all in all I prefer biscuits, especially if I have some of that good sausage gravy that Adjudicator waved under our noses.
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RE: Toast 2007/09/28 21:02:19 (permalink)
What's the best toaster? I purchased a plain bagel from our cafeteria at work today and they have one of those (looks pretty old) steel conveyor-belt toasters that did the job like a champ. Toasted to crunchy perfection on both sides with no cold spots or burning. It seems that when your toaster dies and you run to some retail store to replace it the toasters are inferior, even brand new, and they don't last very long. I am a major advocate of toast as a snack and also to tune up a quick sandwich. Nothing like tuna salad, lettuce and tomato on toast. But good toasters are hard to find.
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RE: Toast 2007/09/29 06:52:27 (permalink)
I have an old chrome 2 slot toaster that works great, and quick also.
I think it was made pre war or shortly there after. The only draw back is the slots aren't wide enough to accomidate a bagle, I use a toaster oven for bagles. Chow Jim
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RE: Toast 2007/09/29 16:45:45 (permalink)
I absolutely LOVE SALT RISING bread as toast. IT STINKS and when I was little, my Dad ate this every morning and I called it stinky feet toast.
Now, I'm going to have to find some....

FLUFFY
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RE: Toast 2007/10/07 17:42:18 (permalink)
If I'm going to eat toast, which is rare, it has to be white bread, toasted so dark it's almost burnt. It must be cold before I put any sort of "topping" on it. I like lightly salted butter or cream cheese, but I can't stand either melted on hot toast. bleh!
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