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Misc. Toaster Stuff 


Toast Road outside of Mt. Airy, North Carolina.

This page diplays toaster and toast related items that don't fit into any of our other categories.

Toaster Hat
A Toaster Cap.
You can purchase this hat by visiting this site:
Toast Baseball Cap
Let them know The Toaster Museum Foundation sent you.

Boxer Shorts
Boxer Shorts

Comic Books:

Tom & Jerry Comic
Jetsons Comic
This comic depiction of the future doesn't have the toaster changing much, but toast becomes pretty advanced!
Little Lulu Mickey Mouse
Little Audrey Bugs Bunny
Gyro Gearloose Read about Carl Barks and his story, The Great Pop-up.

The Brave Little Toaster Video Series
Brave Little Toaster Brave Little Toaster, Mars Brave Little Toaster, Rescue

From the music industry:

Pop Art Toasters CD From the group The Pop Art Toasters

Pearl Jam Sticker
Promotional sticker for the group Pearl Jam

Toast CD
CD album "Toast" by the group TAR

Jefferson Airplane
Jefferson Airplane's album,
Thirty Seconds Over Winterland

The Toast Rack

From Wikipedia:
A toast rack - or toastrack - is a serving piece having vertical partitions (usually from five to eight in number) connected to a flat base, used for holding slices of toast. It often has a central ring handle for passing round the table.

By maintaining air gaps between the slices, the toast rack allows steam to escape from hot toast instead of condensing into adjacent slices and making them soggy. However, this increased air flow can also mean that the toast becomes cold more quickly.

Collecting toast racks is its own separate field, but many toaster collectors have a few in their possession. Below is a small sampling of hte variety of toast racks out there.

toast rack Guinness rack toastrack with dishes
carltonware toastrack viking ship lorna bailey toastrack

A Cookbook just for Toast!

Cookbook cover Cookbook illustration

Here's the recipe for the dish pictured above:

Welsh Rabbit

1 lb. American cheese, cut into small cubes
1 cup milk
3/4 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 egg, slightly beaten
1 tsp. prepared mustard
1/2 tsp. salt
dash pepper or cayenne

Heat cheese until soft in top of double boiler over hot water (not boiling). Stir occasionally. Combine milk and slightly beaten egg, and pour into cheese. Stir constantly until mixture thickens. Add seasonings. Beat smooth with egg beater. For each serving, pour Welsh Rabbit sauce over a tomato slice on hot buttered toast, and garnish with a crisp bacon strip or paprika. Serve immediately. (5-6 servings)

1) Omit Worcestershire sauce and mustard, and add dash paprika. Heat 1 cup kidney beans with 2 tablespoons chopped stuffed olives, and combine with Welsh Rabbit sauce just before serving.
2) For a richer Welsh Rabbit, substitute 1 cup of coffee cream for the milk, and use two eggs instead of one.
Types of Cheese: Any kind of American cheddar-type cheese may be satisfactorily used for Welsh Rabbit. A sharp, well-aged cheese will give the rabbit a richer flavor. The milder, process American cheese, however, melts easily and makes a very smooth rabbit. Choose the cheese you personally prefer.





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