Considering the statement that the Toast Leaner's Club "is not connected in any way with less reputable toast-related organisations such as Freetoastery and the Church of Toastology." we can safely conclude it is a joke, and an elaborate one at that.Someone must have nearly as much time one their hands as we do, Judy.
And I thought I was nuts....
Oh My! Well, the variety of things that intereszt people is often mind boggling....But, in some cases, a lot of fun. But as you said---someone must have a lot of time on their hands...lol!
If it is not the joke they have lost the plot. Those Welsh!
All that first link did was make me hungry. I have just finished my first cup of coffee and now I will go eat breakfast...thinking of toast.
Joke or not, to expound at such length on TOAST borders on being a little sick.I do enjoy a good slice of buttered whole wheat though.
I LoVE this idea of sculpturing toast! Sounds like something we might have done when I was in college (but didn't). I haven't seen your new blog template. Love it.
Well, I LOVE toast...but Baragami? Toast sculpture and toast leaning? Yeah, I'd say someone has WAYYY too much time on their hands Judy. This has to be a joke...but it's made me hungry.
Food is an art, just like other forms of art. Call me crazy... that's okay, I am, but when you work in the food industry, when someone pays that much for a meal, it better look like a masterpiece!
I am shocked. I didn't know people did such things with toast. I am a toast fanatic, I once thought I should I name a new blog the Toast-eater's Diary. But, all I do is eat it. I am such a lightweight.
http://video.msn.com/?mkt=en-us&vid=75b45e36-6cd3-4006-a342-42457e4b8e6b&plaThere is a lot going on with toast these days. Check out the link above and see what I mean.
My son Josh used to have wars with his food, like between blueberries and grapes. I am as curious as you about this. I did some research but still can't tell for sure if it's a joke: http://www.messybeast.com/baragami/reviews.htm
Site one: I think I may have to send that to Toastman (the dude here who throws toast out into the audience during baseball games when the opposing team's players strike out because "They're toast!") You may remember I put up a picture of our preserved 15-year-old Toastman toast that Curmy saved from our first date. I thought that was taking toast too far, but...Site Two: Is hilarious!Where do you find these things?
And my grandmother (of Welch extraction) told me not to play with my food. Phewie!
I hope I'm supposed to be laughing. May I offer a toast to your expression, "It's toast." LOL
Thanks for the great laugh! Where DO you find these things? I am a toast fan, and now I can play with my food, photograph it, then eat it!
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