Toast

Toasting bread is a good thing: It helps butter melt into it and it can turn a flabby slice into one that feels like it’s got some oomph. However, therein lies the hidden evil of toasting: It often is used to disguise the fact that a piece of bread is stale. Sometimes, that’s quite alright; but with certain breads, such as bagels and baguettes, toasting only serves to remind the eater that they are NOT oven-fresh and probably weren’t so good to begin with.

Restaurants With This Dish

Wood Fired Pizza at Fork in the Ally
Fork in the Alley

ROANOKE, VA

Two thick slices of well-buttered raisin toast
Angelo’s

ANN ARBOR, MI

Water Avenue Coffee

PORTLAND, OR

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Third Culture Coffee

BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON

Ray’s Smokehouse BBQ

AUGUSTA, GA

Lou’s Restaurant

HANOVER, NH

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