Tuesday, January 14, 2014
How you really make toast
When I went walking the other day, we stayed overnight in a casa rural, and they had a SPECTACULAR fireplace, and they'd gotten the fire going before we arrived, it was marvelous. One of the women with us is an expert at real toast.
It's a little hard to see in the photo, but the trick is a branch or a bar along the front, you spike the toast onto the fork and a really flat angle, with the curve of the fork forming a convex arc away from the bread, then you prop the fork at the junction of the inside curve and the break against the branch or bar....leave a while, then flip.
Seriously yummy toast.