Toast Poast Number: “Two Words”

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“I have two words for you,” said Elle Kasey, “Artisanal Toast.”
Barbara and Liz sent links with urgent notes as well.

Two words: READ THIS

Read and be amazed. Gorgeousness.

How did toast become the latest artisanal food craze?

Screen Shot 2014-01-21 at 8.28.50 AM It has officially become too late for me to get a toast tattoo. Medium or dark? Butter or jam?

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“Generously”, ha ha. The Toaster Museum Foundation generously took about two dozen old toasters off my hands. The house was filling up.

Letter from the Toaster Museum Foundation President:

The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn has acquired the entire collection of The Toaster Museum Foundation and they will stay largely together although we are uncertain when they will have the toasters ready for public viewing. Additionally the Henry Ford has committed to preserving the Internet resource, which has so well served researchers and students over the years.

The Toaster Museum has attracted a great deal of press coverage over the years – from mentions on Garrison Keillor’s, “A Prairie Home Companion” and the Oprah Winfrey Show to radio interviews around the globe to being featured in magazines as diverse as “Saveur” and Russian “Elle” – and we are gratified that the public will now have the opportunity to see this unique collection in person.

We are toast-devouring sheeple (as opposed to “toast devouring sheeple”) and I love us for it.


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