This is a long metal fork, usually mage out of wire (like coat-hanger wire) with 3 long prongs. When people heated their houses with open fires (as many still do) they would put a slice of bread on the fork and hold it in front of the fire to toast it.
A fire extinguisher, a fire escape, a chimney or a toasting fork, it really depends on what type of fire.
"Toasting" in English is tostando in Italian.
toasting is a process of heating something
My bagel is toasting in the toaster.
You can eat them as they are or you can put them on a toasting fork and lightly cook in front of an open fire. They can also be used in puddings normally in a smaller size rather than the regular size.
musical toasting came from a long time ago
Toasting bread is a chemical reaction.
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Toasting flutes are a kind of long, slender glass. It sounds like everyone in the wedding party had their own toasting flutes at the celebration you saw on television. You can see a wide variety of styles of this type of glass at the following website: http://weddingshop.theknot.com/weddingwarehouse/SubCategory.aspx?scid=Toasting%20Glasses(KnotShop)
The toaster is a device that toasts, but toasting was done long before the invention of the electric toaster. Toasting on an open fire is undoubtedly the earliest method, which predates the electric toaster by countless thousands of years.
Trinquant is a French equivalent of the English phrase "toasting a drink." The present participle in question also translates as "clicking glasses to," "drinking to" and "toasting." The pronunciation will be "treh-kaw" in French.
thesmaller fork is the salad fork and the larger fork is the fork for the main coarse :-)
Toasting bread of course!
yes it is
its a physical
Toasting originated within the ale houses of Elizabethan England. Spiced toast was placed at the bottom of cups of ale or wine to flavor it.
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Toasting drinks comes from when knights drank wine and had parties all the time. Soon, though, in a quest for power, other knights poisonex their comrades. The knights started pouring a little of their own glass into each other in a motion similar to 'toasting' so if one died, they all did. This adapted into a friendly toasting at dinner, usually with wine or beer.
No, you can only toast bread.You can in theory if you partly toast bread then toast it again at a later period, then you would be toasting toast, as the first toasting changes the bread. toasting a full toasted toast would make it burn and possibly start on fire.