When the toast is done, as determined by a small bimetallic sensor actuated by the heat radiating off the toast, the heaters are shut off and the pull-down mechanism returns to its room-temperature position, slowly raising the finished toast.
Later in the 1920s, Litchfield was called upon to reply to the toast "Wives and sweethearts" while on board "Renown" carrying the Duke and Duchess of York to Australia.
The product named after Powdered Toast Man is true to its name — toast in powder form. Throwing doubt as to its appeal, toast is usually served warm, but powdered toast is room temperature.
During this time, French Toast Crunch was, and still is, produced and marketed in Canada as "French Toast Crunch" and "Croque pain doré."
"Toast of the Town": Ms. Pam hosts a toast making competition, with the winner having their toast creation appear on the restaurant menu.
Killiney Kopitiam is a Singapore-based chain of mass-market, traditional kopitiam (coffee shop) styled service cafes selling toast products (notably kaya toast), soft-boiled eggs and coffee.
Tongue toast was also served as an hors d'oeuvre, prepared in a similar fashion to a French toast preparation, as a star-shaped appetizer stamped out of buttered toast with mustard butter added to it.
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