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Re: Texas Toast

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01-06-2013 13:00:11

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Texas Toast is BIG like Texas. A slice is square (no rounding top) and it is sliced far thicker than regular bread. Burgers are often served on toasted Texas Toast rather than on buns. (At least here in MN...not sure about Texas).

Edit: Forgot, it also great to use for garlic toast. A little butter and some garlice powder (we don't like garlic salt). Then broil it or toast in toaster over.
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01-06-2013 13:11:34

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 Re: Texas Toast in reply to SweetFeet, 01-06-2013 13:00:11  

Here's a pic of what I think of as Texas Toast.

But there is a company that sells oval garlic-cheese bread and they call it Texas Toast too.

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01-06-2013 13:45:21

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 Re: Texas Toast in reply to SweetFeet, 01-06-2013 13:11:34  

Started using a bread machine again this fall and made this yesterday. Might make "Texas Toast" with some garlic and cheese. Sure smells good while baking.

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01-06-2013 13:20:26

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 Re: Texas Toast in reply to SweetFeet, 01-06-2013 13:11:34  

You hit the nail on the head. That is Texas Toast.

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01-06-2013 13:17:14

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 Re: Texas Toast in reply to SweetFeet, 01-06-2013 13:11:34  
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Looks like what I get here, my favorite food shop has a burger called a Terry burger with Texas toast, onion, cheese, etc.

Pretty tasty but a bit messy!!

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01-06-2013 13:03:20

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 Re: Texas Toast in reply to SweetFeet, 01-06-2013 13:00:11  
I believe it is also buttered & grilled, at least that is how it is served around here, but I have never been to Texas!!!!!!!!!

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