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  • n. Alternative spelling of toast rack.

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  • n. a rack for holding slices of toast


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  • 17 January 2011 3:54AM good stuff but lose a point for not getting 'bubba's toastrack' in there

    Keegle is noble but good taste takes a tumbril | Martin Kelner

  • Her griddlecakes done to a goldenbrown hue and queen Ann's pudding of delightful creaminess had won golden opinions from all because she had a lucky hand also for lighting a fire, dredge in the fine selfraising flour and always stir in the same direction, then cream the milk and sugar and whisk well the white of eggs though she didn't like the eating part when there were any people that made her shy and often she wondered why you couldn't eat something poetical like violets or roses and they would have a beautifully appointed drawingroom with pictures and engravings and the photograph of grandpapa Giltrap's lovely dog Garryowen that almost talked it was so human and chintz covers for the chairs and that silver toastrack in Clery's summer jumble sales like they have in rich houses.



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