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We cover the the problem with everything bagels, to toast or not to toast, how big is too big, and the perils of bagel sandwichization. Photo: Flickr CC / stevendepolo

One-sided came up in our recent BLT episode as a possible toasting technique especially suited for BLT deployment. One sided toast can be made using a broiler, a tool I used before I had a toaster.

Cameron enjoys some open-faced smoked kahawai sandwiches. Unfortunately, I didn't get to have this when I was in New Zealand with my wife, but only because there was so much out of this world good food there (Australia too) that

On one of my first visits to Germany, I stayed with friends who asked if I wanted bread, just a little afternoon snack. I never turn down food, so naturally I said sure. I was blown away with what awaited

It's the logical conclusion of Dan and Mark's toast series: butter. Various butter modifications and delivery systems are discussed and debated, including bread, toast and lobster.     Photo: Flickr CC / joeshlabotnik

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How often is buttering both sides of your toast appropriate? What about just eating it butter-side tongueward? Dan and Mark tackle these issues and take listener suggestions for some outrageous toast toppings. Plus, Dan goes off on a somewhat epic

Dan brags about his new (used 30-year-old) toaster, then he and Mark discuss the pros and cons of thick vs. thin toast and the importance of maintaining toast strata. Next week they debate buttering both sides of your toast, and

Next week we kick off a two-part series on toast, followed by a show on butter. Here's a great email we received recently from Erika, an American living in Paris: I am living in Paris and discovered your podcast recently--it is