Slovenia's national anthem is called "A Toast" (Zdravljica) youtu.be/t8nkGN17r8Q
Toasts with butter factually tend to fall on the buttery side due to a combination of aerodynamics, inertia, and gyroscopic effects. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/But…
Waffle House has its own record label called "Waffle Records." They've produced about 40 songs including "There Are Raisins in my Toast." They hold 1% of all plays at Waffle House jukeboxes. npr.org/sections/thesalt/…
Today I learned of toast sandwich. A sandwich made with two slices of bread in which the filling is a thin slice of toasted bread! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toa…
Waffle House has release several full length studio albums for their restaurants. Prominent hits include: β€œThere are raisins in my toast,” β€œOver Easy,” and β€œ844,739 Ways to eat a hamburger” foodandwine.com/fwx/secre…
A toast sandwich is a sandwich from the UK in which the filling is a thin slice of toasted bread, which can be heavily buttered en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toa…
2 students were arrested and sentenced to 7 years in prison, in Portugal for "raising a toast to freedom" in 1960. The news of this inspired British lawyer Peter Benenson to lay down the foundation for one of the largest human rights organizations in the world, the Amnesty International. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amn…
Waffle House has its own record company called Waffle House Records that has released over 40 original songs since the mid-1980s. Most popular of which is the song β€œThere Are Raisins In My Toast” by Danny Jones. npr.org/sections/thesalt/…
A Stanford student arranged for groups of men from Papua New Guinea to carve The New Guinea Sculpture Garden on campus and raised $250,000 in donations. The carvers were the toast of Palo Alto, multicultural Stanford where they dined in mansions and performed with African-American drummers en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pap…
Today I learned of a Japanese sweet snack called "English toast", which is neither English nor toast. It consists of two slices of white bread, covered with a layer of margarine, sprinkled with sugar and put together. soranews24.com/2014/11/22…
The British invented the "toast sandwich" which is literally a sandwich with buttered toast as the filling. A 1861 recipe suggests adding salt and pepper to taste, and that it "will be found very tempting to the appetite of an invalid." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toa…
The original sandwich was slices of salt beef between two pieces of toast, named after John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joh…
The Boring Conference, an annual β€˜β€˜celebration of the mundane’’, was originally held in response to the cancellation of the 2010 Interesting Conference. Previous topics include sneezing, toast and barcodes. boringconference.com
Denny's has seven locations in the Philippines, with such odd menu items as smoked bangus (milkfish) belly and "Mom's spaghetti"β€”with toast dennys.ph/location
The naturalist William Buckland spent much of his life trying to eat every animal possible to see how it tasted. He grew fond of eating Mice on toast, while His least favorite meals were that of mole, and bluebottle flies. atlasobscura.com/articles…
Today I learned of the "Poe Toaster", an individual or individuals who, for over seventy years, on Edgar Allen Poe's birthday (January 19) would appear mysteriously and drink a cognac toast at the author's grave. He would also leave several roses in a "distinctive arrangement." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poe…
"Toast Sandwich" is a thing - literally a bit of toast between two bits of bread bbc.co.uk/news/uk-1575291…
A traditional part of English cuisine is the "toast sandwich" which includes two slices of bread in which the filling is a heavily-buttered slice of toast, often seasoned with salt, pepper, or cumin. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toa…
In Germany, sliced bread is called toast these-germans.com/is-it-b…
President John F. Kennedy's last meal, according to chef Otto Druhe, was coffee, orange juice, two boiled (five-minute) eggs, some toast, and marmalade on the side. thedailymeal.com/cook/las…
A single bolt of lightning could toast 100,000 pieces of bread huffingtonpost.com/natali…
:Toast falling off a plate lands butter-side down almost 2/3 of the time.It’s nothing to do with one side being buttered, its that as the toast goes over the edge of the plate, it starts to rotate, but the spin-rate is too slow to bring the butter-side up again by the time it hits the floor articles.immediate.co.uk/…
Twins separated at birth, one raised by a German Catholic Nazi family and the other by a Jewish family in Trinidad, both as adults flushed the toilet before and after going, enjoyed sneezing in elevators to startle people, dipped buttered toast in coffee, and wore rubber bands on their wrists. ted.com/talks/steven_pink…
Today I learned of a mysterious man who visited Edgar A. Poe's grave every year from 1930-1998 and gave a toast with a glass of Cognac en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poe…
Bill Murray is thought to have coined the modern use of the phrase "you're toast" by ad libbing a line in Ghost Busters (1984) grammarphobia.com/blog/20…
French Toast in the French language is "pain perdu" meaning "lost bread" which is due to the use of stale or "lost" bread as the main ingredient. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fre…
Robert A J Matthews proved that buttered toast really does have a tendency to fall face down, thereby providing prima facie evidence for Murphy's law telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne…
The Royal Society of Chemistry, together with the British Cheese Board devised a formula for creating the perfect cheese on toast formula. rsc.org/AboutUs/News/Pres…
In his 1972 China trip, President Richard Nixon got glassy-eyed from Moutai toasts at a state banquet, ignoring fervent pleas from his aides to avoid the ceremonial toasts rendezvous.blogs.nytimes.…
There is an "American" themed restaurant in the Philippines called ArmyNavy Burgers and Burritos that has Freedom Fries, Freedom Toast, and LiberTea on the menu. armynavyburgerburrito.com
The reason in English we "toast" someone's health before an honourary drink or meal, is that traditionally drinks would be flavoured with toasted bread; the word toast replacing the name of the honouree whom was seen as figuratively flavouring the drinks. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toa…
The british have a Dish called "Toast sandwich". Which is literally a sandwich made out of a buttered toast en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toa…
The Royal Australian Navy still keeps tradition with a different toast for a different day. For example, that traditional toast for Wednesday is "Ourselves", as in no one else is likely to be concerned for us. navy.gov.au/naval-college…
Sportscaster Jim Nantz wants his breakfast toast so burnt, he carries around a picture of burnt toas in his wallet to show servers to save time. ftw.usatoday.com/2016/03/…
The cornerstone of the White House went missing the day after it was put in place in 1792. One explanation is participants in the cornerstone ceremony, including George Washington, drank so many toasts to the project at a local tavern that no one remembered its location the next day. ancestralfindings.com/geo…
French toast is also known as German toast or Spanish toast en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fre…
Following the acquisition of traditional British sweetie firm Rowntree, by Nestle, it is possible to buy Kit Kat in Japan in a number of exotic flavours: Wasabi, Strawberry Cheesecake, Matcha Green Tea, Ogura Toast, Shichimi 7 Spice Blend and Rum Raisin. tastemade.com/shows/tale-…
The Psychic Readers Network sued General Mills over a French Toast Crunch commercial starring Miss Cleo en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mis…
Raisin Bran Crunch has 20g of sugar per cup, more than Frosted Flakes, Lucky Charms, Trix, Froot Loops, Apple Jacks, Reese's Puffs, Cocoa Puffs, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Fruity Pebbles and many others. acaloriecounter.com/break…
Toast became an artisanal food craze because of one 34yo mentally ill woman psmag.com/social-justice/…
Michael Phelps' daily diet consists of 12 000 calories. Breakfast alone consists of 3 fried-egg sandwiches loaded with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions and mayonnaise, 1 five-egg omelet, 1 bowl of grits, 3 slices of French toast topped with powdered sugar and 3 chocolate-chip pancakes. blogs.wsj.com/health/2008…
The Victorian writer Mrs Beeton invented the β€˜toast sandwich’, consisting of a piece of toast, seasoned with salt and pepper, between two pieces of bread. theguardian.com/news/2017…
In 2011, the toast sandwich was named the UK's "cheapest meal." bbc.com/news/uk-15752918
Guests at the first Academy Awards ceremony ate broiled chicken on toast. telegraph.co.uk/films/201…
On July 28, 1900 at his restaurant Louis’ Lunch in New Haven, CT, Lassen constructed a hamburger prototype when he sandwiched ground steak trimmings between two slices of toast. The Original Burger on sliced bread is still served by the family-run tavern today. foodandwine.com/blogs/fir…
Today I learned of the Toast of Botswana, named Bemya, a goat-sheep hybrid who's libido was so high it had to be castrated at 10 months old. news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/t…
Dog Tag Brewery labels their cans with the name of a fallen warrior and how they died so you can offer a toast for someone that gave their life for our nation. On top of that, proceeds from their sales are given to the families of the fallen. dogtagbrewing.com
Salvador Dali's recipe for Avocado Toast included three shots of tequila and a lamb's brain. newstatesman.com/culture/…
At Royal Navy mess dinners as tradition they have a different drinking Toast for each day of the week. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cus…
Bovril, a salty meat extract used as a hot drink or spreading on toast, was used as war food in WW1, helped the explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton's men survive for 137 days stranded on Elephant Island and was advertised with a Pope. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bov…
The British actually invented the "Toast Sandwich" as a cheap, high calorie meal made principally out of bread and toast. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toa…
David Firth, creator of Salad Fingers, Spoilsbury Toast Boy and other animations, appeared as a disturbed caller who rambles about how he isn't a doctor in GTA V's enhanced version on FlyLo FM. gta.wikia.com/wiki/FlyLo_…
Today I learned of the Poe Toaster, an unidentified black-clad person that visited the cenotaph of Edgar Allan Poe's grave in Baltimore every year on Poe's birthday for 75 years, raising a toast to Poe's memory, then vanishing into the night leaving three roses and a bottle of cognac. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poe…
Australia's toast-spread Vegemite changed its name to Parwill in 1928 in an effort to rebrand and increase popularity. It used the slogan "If Marmite, Parwill" but ultimately changed its name back to Vegemite when that campaign didn't work. news.com.au/lifestyle/foo…
There are "toast places" in London. Places you go to make toast. They even supply blankets for you to cuddle in. london.randomness.org.uk/…
During the construction of Petco Park, fans were allowed to buy bricks outside the stadium. PETA tried to buy a brick with an anti-Petco message, but failed two times. The third time they bought a brick that read "Break Open Your Cold Ones Toast The Padres Enjoy This Champion Organization." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pet…
A chef named Joe Schweska needed a new menu item at his Springfield restaurant, so he invented the Horseshoe: An open-faced sandwich with Texas toast, ham, fries and Welsh Rarebit sauce. The Horseshoe became an Illinois regional favorite. Variations include hamburgers and fish filets. ablogaboutnothinginpartic…
The U.S. Navy’s Mess Night Manual states that one should never toast with glasses of water because "Tradition is that the object of a toast with water will die by drowning." vinepair.com/wine-blog/in…
Browning toast for too long causes the production of Acrylamide, a carcinogen en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toa…
"French toast" is called "lost bread" in Belgium because they use old bread to make it which make it good to eat again. nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wen…
The number in most toasters don't mean time but instead how much the metallic strip bends with heat before it triggers the toast to pop back up. youtu.be/gN_PK5pXmIY
Toast in fact does land buttered-side down 81% of the time, due to the physics of the bread and the rotation of the fall. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/But…
A man was charged in a buttered toast attack with damages estimated up to $1 wyff4.com/news/local-news…
Buttered Toast Phenomenon is the tendency of buttered toast, when it falls, to land butter-side down. In the past, this has often been considered just a pessimistic belief. However, several scientific studies have found that when toast is dropped from a table, it does fall butter-side down. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/But…
The process by which bread toasts is called the Maillard Reaction. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toa…
Every year on Poe's birthday, a mysterious man shows up at his grave and gives a toast to Poe and leaves three roses in a distinctive arrangement and the unfinished bottle of cognac en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poe…
In the UK, Subway has to pay a tax to toast your sandwich. examiner.co.uk/news/local…
In 2004 Gabe Newell held a knife making contest for a "Toast Cutter", where judge from the show Forged in Fire J. Neilson was one of the entrants (He begins posting on page 5). knifenetwork.com/forum/sh…
Rammstein has their own toaster that embosses their logo into your toast. shop.rammstein.de/en/cata…
After the French refused to support the invasion of Iraq, the congressman in charge of the House cafeterias ordered that all French toast and French fries offerings be renamed with ''freedom'' replacing ''french''. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fre…
French toast is called "eggy bread" in the UK and "Cock-A-Doodle-Do" in Georgia. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fre…
There is a type of sandwich called "toast sandwich" which is made by placing one piece of toast between two pieces of non-toasted bread. Essentially just a plain hamburger with toast as a meat substitute. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toa…
The translation of the national anthem of Slovenia is 'A Toast' en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ant…
North Carolina is the only state in the United States to have adopted an official state toast. ncga.state.nc.us/enactedl…
"Shit on a Shingle" is actually American military slang for chipped beef on toast en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chi…
In 2001, Robin Southgate invented a toaster that would "toast" the weather forecast into your bread. theregister.co.uk/2001/06…
Toast was originally not eaten, but used as flavouring for drinks and discarded phrases.org.uk/meanings/t…
Seeing faces in objects (Pareidolia) may be an evolutionary adaptation because "The cost of missing a face is higher than the cost of declaring a nonface to be a face". And is more than likely not because the Virgin Mary wants to be recognized in a piece of toast. nytimes.com/2007/02/13/he…
The tradition of banging your shot on a table after a toast came from the Vikings in the 8th century en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sho…
North Carolina is the only state to have an official state toast. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nor…
A best man wired up his mate's marital bed to tweet when newlyweds 'coupled', including statistics on duration, activity/"frenzy" level, weight, and performance rating, while watching their residence during the honeymoon; thus keeping his promise to 'behave' during the wedding and toast. mashable.com/2009/12/12/t…
In 2000 Justin Timberlake's leftover french toast was sold on eBay for $1,025. The toast was "a little bit on the burnt side.” ew.com/article/2000/03/24…
A toast sandwich is a sandwich made by putting a thin slice of toast between two thin slices of bread, with an (optional) layer of butter en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/T…
The term 'toasting' while drinking or at dinner is from the 17th century in which drinks were often flavored with spiced toast. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toa…
"You're Toast!", the proleptic sense of 'Toast' originated with an ad-lib by Bill Murray in Ghostbusters (1984) grammarphobia.com/blog/20…
The weight of the butter is not the reason buttered toast lands on the butter side en.wikipedia.org/wiki/But…
According to a BBC poll in 2007, the worst song lyrics ever are: "I don't want to see a ghost/It's the sight that I fear most/I'd rather have a piece of toast" bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/pre…
They don't sell French Toast Crunch in the USA en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/F…
French toast was not created in France, and its origins are unknown. todayifoundout.com/index.…
The humble yard glass was popularized in 17th-century England and was used for special toasts and pub games, splashing contestants with a rush of beer towards the end of the feat en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yar…
It is now a tradition that - when anyone makes a RepRap machine (3D printer) - the first item they make is this shotglass, so they can toast the machine using something that it itself has made. reprap.org/wiki/ItemsMade
Toast contains a higher amount of acrylamide than untoasted bread, a chemical that has been linked to cancer. livestrong.com/article/30…
The first use of "toast" to describe something defunct/finished was an ad-libbed bit of dialogue by Bill Murray in Ghostbusters wordorigins.org/index.php…
A honey bee's surface area is the size of a piece of toast, a cat's is the size of a pingpong table, and a sea otter's is the size of a pro hockey rink (due to hair). sciencedaily.com/releases…
In the Channel Islands (the Bailiwicks of Jersey and Guernsey), Elizabeth II is still known as the "The Duke of Normandy," notwithstanding the fact she is a woman. At official functions, islanders raise the loyal toast to "The Duke of Normandy, our Queen." royal.gov.uk/MonarchUK/Qu…

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