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Scrambled eggs and buttered toast are a classic breakfast combination. Here are some guidelines for making toast worth celebrating:
Start with good bread. Egg-enriched challah and brioche make amazing toast—trust us. It’s fine to toast slightly stale bread. Sliced bread kept in the freezer is perfect for toasting.
Stay away from bread with big holes—a fine, even crumb (the part of the bread inside the crust) is key. Big holes mean butter or egg on your shirt!
Cold butter doesn’t spread well. Soften butter in the microwave for 5 to 10 seconds (but don’t let it melt).