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Re: toast/toasted bread aboard?

Bubblehead, don't worry about the toast to much these days (usually made on grill)
Really get concerned when the pre made, frozen french toast runs out, its then
that I know cruise is coming to an end.
Idea picked up from my sister-in-law years ago, always kept the kids coming back
for cruise once the "mystery meat" dinner novelty wore off.
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Re: toast/toasted bread aboard?

pan-fried naan, tortillas, pitas or biscuits. hot pan, a tsp or two of olive oil, fry both sides, serve. You'll never go back to toast.

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Re: toast/toasted bread aboard?

Small flat pan on the stove, don't turn the fire up too high, watch closely and turn frequently. Once achieved the right grade of toastedness - butter and enjoy !
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Re: toast/toasted bread aboard?

Steve is right...fry pan/buttered bread, I butter both sides. Spin a hole with a shot glass and drop an egg in.
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Re: toast/toasted bread aboard?

I like my toast and baked beans, cant do with out them so this has worked well for me.
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Re: toast/toasted bread aboard?

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We've tried them all and this one below does the best job as a stove-top toaster.. does 2 slices at once... quickly too.



We've found them at various RV places, Home Hardwares, but they are becoming harder to find. Not SS, but they last several seasons at least. I think there are SS versions available, and a friend built a bunch out of SS based on the photo so if you know a metal worker that's another option.
We've been using the same stainless steel toaster--from REI for $1.50--since the mid-1960's. Easy and works great. Especially good for Bagles and/or English Muffins. They are still available at Camping/RV Outfitters albeit at slightly higher prices.

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I like my toast and baked beans, cant do with out them so this has worked well for me.
We had one of those .... effing useless bloody things. Tried these also and they are both worthless ...






Summer is easy, flat on the BBQ, works fine but not so good for winter. If going full breakfast (the only time we have toast) then I'm content with fried bread for the bacon and eggs.

Ive never seen one of Fast's units down under. Our old boat had a Force 10 with broiler and that was as good as I've seen. Sadly the new girl does not have the broiler.
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We had one of those .... effing useless bloody things. Tried these also and they are both worthless ...






Summer is easy, flat on the BBQ, works fine but not so good for winter. If going full breakfast (the only time we have toast) then I'm content with fried bread for the bacon and eggs.

Ive never seen one of Fast's units down under. Our old boat had a Force 10 with broiler and that was as good as I've seen. Sadly the new girl does not have the broiler.
When my daughter was 8 years old she became the "Toast Mistress" on our boat using our REI SS Toaster while her mom made the rest of the breakfast and she has managed to produce a flood of perfectly toasted bread, bagels and English muffins for the last 12 years without difficulty. From this I am gathering that it is so easy, even a 3rd grader can do it, no?
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Re: toast/toasted bread aboard?

All very well and good but I don't have a third grader at my disposal.
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Re: toast/toasted bread aboard?

Lots of toast angst around here.
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