Dry Toast

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The Settlement Cook Book

By Lizzie Black Kander

Published 1903

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Cut stale bread one-fourth inch thick; dry in the oven. Then put on a toaster or fork, move it gently over heat until dry, then allow it to become a light brown by placing it nearer the heat and turning constantly; or, light gas oven, heat five to eight minutes. Place bread in toaster or pan, one inch from gas, in lower or broiling oven. When brown on one side turn and brown on the other. Serve with or without butter. Bread cut into triangles and toasted are called toast points, and are used for garnishing.