The past is weird, and so this comic was very popular; like the words vanilla and spicy , milk toast consequently became a food word used to qualify non-food things. While few would voluntarily describe themselves as milquetoast, I found that plenty of people swear by milk toast, which, in addition to milk and toast, usually contains some combination of sugar, butter, and cinnamon.
Its sogginess and pleasant blandness promise a comforting, nostalgic appeal. Many of the milk toast recipes online describe the writer first having the meal as a young child and later recreating it for their own kids.
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I decided to spend a week eating milk toast for breakfast. Like Caspar, I am sometimes weak and afraid.
- milquetoast - Wiktionary;
- Anton, das weiße Kaninchen und andere Geschichten für große und kleine Kinder - Gute-Nacht-Geschichten (German Edition).
- milquetoast (n.).
I wanted to see if the daily bowl of milk toast might provide the inner nourishment I need, or if it would only serve to make me more bland. Basically how the meal works is you make toast. As the toast is toasting, you heat milk, butter, sugar, flour, salt, and cinnamon into a pot. Then you break the bread up in a bowl, pour the hot milk mix over it, wait a few seconds, and you have milk toast.
- Il piacere e la crudeltà (Italian Edition).
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This is an ideal amount of time and effort to spend on breakfast preparation. The other thing I liked about making milk toast is that it gave me a chance to finally use the tiny whisk that came with my Ikea utensil set. Very early, Milquetoast became a generic name. Right now they are busily engaged in attempting to convince the world that the movie stars will observe Christmas in Hollywood just as Mr.
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meaning and origin of ‘milquetoast’
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