To start, give it a go on the grill.
And majorly Instagram-worthy, to boot!
Bake it 'till you make it.
Got clean hands, a large bowl, and canned fish? Got dinner.
Milk toast: weird and completely comforting
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Roast, toast, eat, repeat every single lunch this week.
It turns out that I've been buttering my toast the wrong way for my entire life.
It's the source of mealtime dignity.
Everything's better on bread.
Test Kitchen Manager Erin McDowell explains why warm stuff on bread gets her through her days.
Toast says goodbye to avocado and welcomes peas as its new best friend.
The best way to make toast, period. (You won't need a toaster.)
It's time to embrace burnt toast.
We're slowly easing into the idea of peanut butter and pickle sandwiches. Katie Quinn makes a pretty convincing argument for them -- in video form.
Tahini isn't just for hummus. Here are five ways to use this savory and smooth sesame seed spread to its full potential.
No toaster? No problem. Here are 3 alternative ways to make toast -- no toaster required.
Nick Balla and Courtney Burns, chefs at San Francisco's Bar Tartine and authors of the new cookbook Bar Tartine: Techniques & Recipes, are sharing their favorite things to put on toast. Because sometimes Jif just won't cut it.
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