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The practice of toasting bread became popular in the Roman Empire. The word “toast” actually comes from the Latin “tostum,” which means “to burn or scorch.” The first breads were likely toasted by laying them in front of the fire on a hot stone. Later, simple devices were created to toast bread in the fire, such as wire frames to cook the toast more evenly, or even sticks like those we use to toast marshmallows over a campfire today.
to brown, as bread or cheese, by exposure to heat
to broil on a grill also : to fry or toast on a griddle
originally posted by: butcherguy
I just remembered something grilled cheese related. One of my ex-wives used mayonnaise on the bread instead of butter when she made grilled cheese sandwiches.
Anyone else ever heard of that?
Chesse toastie if made in a toastie machine.
Grilled cheese sandwich if made under the grill.
Cheese on toast if bread done in toaster.
originally posted by: TheSpanishArcher
a reply to: Bluntone22
It's NOT tuna fish, it's just tuna. Tuna fish is redundant but try telling people that and they always look at me funny.
I'm right, like always but no one ever listens to me for some reason.