#3
If you put thick, frozen bread on the highest setting it doesn't burn to a crisp, it just gets well done.

Also, as toasters get older, they get more and more ineffective, so it's really some kind of backup for when that happens.

Oh yeah, and I like my toast well done, none of this medium rare nonsense.
#4
sometimes people toast things other than bread...like bagels and such...which dont toast as fast as bread...

i thought this thread was about the band, the toasters. i got excited.
#6
I like my toast really burnt and cold, i normally have to cook mine twice on my toaster then wait 20 min till its hard
#7
How do you get a bagel in a toaster, their to big to fit and if you force them down they get all mangled.
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How do you get a bagel in a toaster, their to big to fit and if you force them down they get all mangled.


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#9
Quote by Nexium
How do you get a bagel in a toaster, their to big to fit and if you force them down they get all mangled.


cut them?

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#10
Quote by Nexium
How do you get a bagel in a toaster, their to big to fit and if you force them down they get all mangled.

you have a pansy for a toaster

my toaster conquers all bread it comes across, no matter what shape or form
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#11
Quote by The Madcap
Nice username.


Yeah, I was about to post in here saying the same thing

As for initial question, I use the grill to make my toast so I don't have to bother with the settings on the toaster. I'm guessing that it's there because people toast things other than bread and some of that will take longer to toast/needs to be on a higher setting. Like soda.
#12
Quote by Nexium
How do you get a bagel in a toaster, their to big to fit and if you force them down they get all mangled.



i actually prefer to broil my bagels with butter.
Too cool for a signature.
#13
its so u can turn it up in the middle of ur friends toast then watch him rant...yeah
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#15
It's for when you cook steak.
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#16
Nice username, I had no idea you could do that.

And it's probably for toasting bread from frozen.

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#17
lol no, but i always wondered that

ours never goes past 3
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#18
no its for warming up your hat when you come in from the rain
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#20
I thought this was going to be about The Brave Little Toaster. Class movie it is...
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#24
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Why do they have a setting that burns the bread to a crisp?


That's for mad housewives.
#25
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you have a pansy for a toaster

my toaster conquers all bread it comes across, no matter what shape or form


Oh yeah? mine toasts whole fucking loafs.
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#26
Oh yeah? mine toasts whole fucking loafs.
Mine has a mother****ing rack for warming mother****ing muffins, and bagels, and ****.

Faggot.
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#28
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Mine has a mother****ing rack for warming mother****ing muffins, and bagels, and ****.

Faggot.


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#29
My toaster is a cardboard boxed lined in aluminum foil that we leave out in the sun.


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I thought this was going to be about The Brave Little Toaster. Class movie it is...


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#32
This is how you make New York Bagels Mofo!
1.Two Quarts of water

2. Two Large Eggs
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3.One egg White (See above)
4.1 potato, peeled and quartered.

5. One Packet of yest

6. Four Cups of flour

7. Two cups of boiling water.

8. ¼ cup Vegie Oil

9. 1 ½ tablespoons Sugar

10. ½ tablespoon salt

11.Cornmeal

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Preparation Instructions:

Put the potato into boiling water and boil for fifteen mins.

Discard the potato and allow the water to cool to about 110°F.

Transfer one-third of a cup of the potato water to a small bowl; then sprinkle the yeast over top of water and stir to combine. Set aside for three minutes.

Sift the all-purpose flour, salt, and ½ tablespoon of the sugar together into a suitably sized bowl; then add the yeast mixture. Stir in another 2/3 cup of the potato water and the vegetable oil. Add the eggs and stir to form a dough ball.

Turn the dough out onto a floured surface and knead for about 10 minutes until the ball is firm.

Place into a greased bowl, turning the dough so all sides are greased.

Cover the bowl with a clean towel and set aside in a warm place for about 60 minutes until the dough has risen to about double its original size. Punch the risen dough down to flatten and remove from bowl.

Cut the dough into eighteen equal pieces and shape each piece into a six-inch long, ¾-inch thick rope.

Bring the ends of each rope together and pinch to close, using a little water on the ends to help secure them. Cover all rings with the towel and allow to rise for 20 minutes.

Preheat your oven to 450°F.

Lightly grease a cookie sheet and dust with cornmeal.

Bring the 2 quarts of water to a boil and add the remaining sugar to the boiling water

Drop the bagels into the boiling water one at a time, cooking each for 3 minutes, turning once in the middle. As each bagel is removed from the water, place it on the cookie sheet.

Paint the tops of the bagels with the egg white that has been beaten with 1 teaspoon of water.

Bake for fifteen minutes or until the bagels are a golden brown color.

Thats How you do it! **** the store bought ****.........
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#33
Quote by Nexium
This is how you make New York Bagels Mofo!
1.Two Quarts of water

2. Two Large Eggs
http://www.dkimages.com/discover/previews/864/5098613.JPG
3.One egg White (See above)
4.1 potato, peeled and quartered.

5. One Packet of yest

6. Four Cups of flour

7. Two cups of boiling water.

8. ¼ cup Vegie Oil

9. 1 ½ tablespoons Sugar

10. ½ tablespoon salt

11.Cornmeal

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Preparation Instructions:

Put the potato into boiling water and boil for fifteen mins.

Discard the potato and allow the water to cool to about 110°F.

Transfer one-third of a cup of the potato water to a small bowl; then sprinkle the yeast over top of water and stir to combine. Set aside for three minutes.

Sift the all-purpose flour, salt, and ½ tablespoon of the sugar together into a suitably sized bowl; then add the yeast mixture. Stir in another 2/3 cup of the potato water and the vegetable oil. Add the eggs and stir to form a dough ball.

Turn the dough out onto a floured surface and knead for about 10 minutes until the ball is firm.

Place into a greased bowl, turning the dough so all sides are greased.

Cover the bowl with a clean towel and set aside in a warm place for about 60 minutes until the dough has risen to about double its original size. Punch the risen dough down to flatten and remove from bowl.

Cut the dough into eighteen equal pieces and shape each piece into a six-inch long, ¾-inch thick rope.

Bring the ends of each rope together and pinch to close, using a little water on the ends to help secure them. Cover all rings with the towel and allow to rise for 20 minutes.

Preheat your oven to 450°F.

Lightly grease a cookie sheet and dust with cornmeal.

Bring the 2 quarts of water to a boil and add the remaining sugar to the boiling water

Drop the bagels into the boiling water one at a time, cooking each for 3 minutes, turning once in the middle. As each bagel is removed from the water, place it on the cookie sheet.

Paint the tops of the bagels with the egg white that has been beaten with 1 teaspoon of water.

Bake for fifteen minutes or until the bagels are a golden brown color.

Thats How you do it! **** the store bought ****.........

wtf? if i wanted to learn how to make muffins i would go to the foodtv forums
#34
i really want a crumpet right now after reading this
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#35
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#36
Frozen bread...really hard, or crusty breads don't burn.
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#39
Quote by Nexium
This is how you make New York Bagels Mofo!
1.Two Quarts of water

2. Two Large Eggs
http://www.dkimages.com/discover/previews/864/5098613.JPG
3.One egg White (See above)
4.1 potato, peeled and quartered.

5. One Packet of yest

6. Four Cups of flour

7. Two cups of boiling water.

8. ¼ cup Vegie Oil

9. 1 ½ tablespoons Sugar

10. ½ tablespoon salt

11.Cornmeal

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Preparation Instructions:

Put the potato into boiling water and boil for fifteen mins.

Discard the potato and allow the water to cool to about 110°F.

Transfer one-third of a cup of the potato water to a small bowl; then sprinkle the yeast over top of water and stir to combine. Set aside for three minutes.

Sift the all-purpose flour, salt, and ½ tablespoon of the sugar together into a suitably sized bowl; then add the yeast mixture. Stir in another 2/3 cup of the potato water and the vegetable oil. Add the eggs and stir to form a dough ball.

Turn the dough out onto a floured surface and knead for about 10 minutes until the ball is firm.

Place into a greased bowl, turning the dough so all sides are greased.

Cover the bowl with a clean towel and set aside in a warm place for about 60 minutes until the dough has risen to about double its original size. Punch the risen dough down to flatten and remove from bowl.

Cut the dough into eighteen equal pieces and shape each piece into a six-inch long, ¾-inch thick rope.

Bring the ends of each rope together and pinch to close, using a little water on the ends to help secure them. Cover all rings with the towel and allow to rise for 20 minutes.

Preheat your oven to 450°F.

Lightly grease a cookie sheet and dust with cornmeal.

Bring the 2 quarts of water to a boil and add the remaining sugar to the boiling water

Drop the bagels into the boiling water one at a time, cooking each for 3 minutes, turning once in the middle. As each bagel is removed from the water, place it on the cookie sheet.

Paint the tops of the bagels with the egg white that has been beaten with 1 teaspoon of water.

Bake for fifteen minutes or until the bagels are a golden brown color.

Thats How you do it! **** the store bought ****.........

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