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For the sake of efficiency, drinks can be preordered and extra bread might accompany the steamed mussels, says Daniel Pimentel, the hotel’s general manager.
The manual high-lift levers let you raise even the smallest pieces of bread up above the toaster’s top, so you don’t burn your fingers when you remove it.
In fact, it tastes better smashed a bit, because the jam marinates the bread.
Yesterday, while buying bread at my favorite local restaurant-turned-grocer, I asked the owner if she had any fun weekend plans, kind of a dark joke at this point since few of us really do anything.
“I also hiccup if I eat bread without drinking something,” wrote Vera.
Biding his time with his pastry chef wife until Lutèce turned its lights back on, Conroy experimented with sourdough bread.
“We’re spreading a very little jelly over a very lot of bread,” Stoddard said.
Rice is unyielding, bread is dry, yogurt stings, vinegar burns.
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Here’s how to make them work for you and your bread this winter, or any time your house is chilly.
That’s because food manufacturers add salt to a vast array of their products, including bread, soups, processed meats, and even in the unexpected, such as fresh meat, poultry, and fish and breakfast cereal.

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