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Little Cook-Book: Toast


Toast is very difficult for grown people to make, because they have made it wrong all their lives, but it is easy for little girls to learn to make, because they can make it right from the first.

Cut bread that is at least two days old into slices a quarter of an inch thick. If you are going to make only a slice or two, take the toasting-fork, but if you want a plateful, take the wire broiler.

Be sure the fire is red, without any flames. Move the slices of bread back and forth across the coals, but do not let them brown; do both sides this way, and then brown first one and then the other afterward.

Trim off the edges, butter a little quickly, and send to the table hot. Baker's bread makes the best toast.


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Little Cook-Book: Cereals
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Little Cook-Book: Fish
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