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The best thing since sliced bread

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Cheese in a toasted doughnut at Tom + Chee.

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The best thing since sliced bread

Chris Sherman | 12/28/2016

The perfect toast for the new year is … well, toast itself.

The oldest food made new again is indeed a slice of bread heated over a grill or in a broiler, oven or toaster. A simple process performed in your kitchen every day has been taken up by chefs in fine restaurants, gastro pubs, fast-food chains and breakfast spots.

Don’t expect PB&J, although that’s back in favor, too. Look for tuna, mashed avocado, liver pates and mousse and, of course, chopped tomatoes, garlic and olive oil.

ALSO IN THIS ARTICLE: Black Sheep restaurant; Yardbird; First Watch; Joanie Corneil; NIU Kitchen; Jose Andres; Bazaar; Tom + Chee; Zak the Baker; Bar Tulia; Tanzy; Rebel House; chef Tyson Grant; Parkshore Grill; Orsay; Andrew Carmellini.

 

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