Friday, 8 May 2009

Toast Musings

A lonely piece of toast will cook twice as fast as a piece that is toasted with a friend.
When chain toasting, the cooking time will reduce as the volume increases.
Higher quality butter melts quicker.
Sweet toast should always be consumed in even numbers, savoury in odd.
Fat fresh bread burns quickly, thin cheap bread burns quickly, find a happy medium.
Toast stacking reduces heat loss.
Perfectly cooked toast has its own distinct smell, allowing for blind toasting.
Toast tastes best when accompanied by a cup of tea.

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