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jacki long

You do such a great job Carol.
Thanks again.

Amy at love made my home

So funny, who knew that toast could be so much fun! I hope that you found a fun seasonal drink to go with it. xx

Joan Clarke

Holy Moly! You manage to find the most sublime eats there in Kansas, smack dab in the middle of the prairie. We have Starbucks, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. Not that I'm complaining....I can remember when we had no coffee houses. There is a new place that's on our radar: Lulu's Bed & Breakfast...a woman brought samples to the new knit shop the other day when we went down to join the knit group and pet the divine yarn in the shop.


...carols got it goin' on in kansas!!!!!

Jan McCann

Wow, that's what I call toast! Yum!


Toast is the forgotten step-child of breakfast foods for most folks, what you have when the milk's gone off and you're out of eggs, but I've always *loved* toast! And that toast looks fabulous. Hope that trend catches on.


Who'd a thunk it!
Linda :o)


I am a lover of toast. I always thought it would be the ultimate fast food (if food needs to be fast...). I imagine a small cart selling toast in the early morning, the smell of the browning bread combined with freshly roasted coffee... aaaaaaaaaah!!
In my experience Aga's make the ultimate toast, it is made on the hotplate with a large kind of wire ping-pong bat type contraption. I left my Aga in England (sadly), and I miss it big time. As far as toasters go, I have yet to find the perfect one. My big moan is that they are always almost impossible to clean!!
Now that looks like serious toast, is it soft in the middle? How crispy? How do they make it? EMNTK!!!

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