Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by gorgo2, Apr 14, 2020.
Before marriage; the way my mom did it.
After marriage; the way my wife does it.
BTW - same goes for folding the bath towels.
No toast cutting allowed. There, problem solved.
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Agreed...unless I'm having a BLT or Reuben, which I always stack Dagwood fashion, then it hasta be (a).
that is acceptable.
The eclipse technique is good too.
Cut it into quarters, long way.
Dip it in melted butter with galic, spiced olive oil or maybe maple syrup (the good stuff), rhubarb sauce, any goodness that treats the palette well.
Kids love it!
So do I!
Nuttella for the win tho.
You got it!
You can heat peanut butter up till it's warm, say half a cup.
Stir in a little peanut oil, drop by drop till it's a sauce.
Warm peanut butter is the way to go.
Put it in a baggie with a tiny corner cut off, applying like cake icing.
Won't molest the bread that way.
This works for fresh banna slices too,
more Mmmm, Mmmm goodness.
With a knife.
Ain’t that the Truth.
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I cut the...toast in MY family.
For my home-baked bread, a single cut down the middle (vertically) works best.
I miss having a bread machine.
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quite honestly, you can bake fantastic bread without much effort at all. I gave my bread machine away a few years ago and don't miss it in the least.
Problem is, I have to stay away from all wheat, it's what causes my immune system to attack my thyroid.
Gluten is what makes bread...bread. Flat GF crackers I eat but trying to wrap my mind around bread that does not have gluten as that comes from wheat (I think).
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