Remember sliced bread?
Before the glorious invention of toasters, toasted bread (or simply "toast") was made by clamping sliced bread between metal grills and holding it over the fire until it was crisp. In 1925, the classic "pop-up" toaster was invented, which browned both sides of the bread simultaneously, and popped them out of the toaster when ready. Toaster ovens soon hit the market and could toast, broil, and bake more than just slices of bread, though classic pop-up toasters are still in use today, since nothing starts a day better than flying toast. Literally.
Can be found in many kitchens around the world.
- x 10
- Copper Wire x 3