Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Breadstick Adapter

For warming breadsticks in a toaster
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A rack.
About the size of a slice of bread.
Goes in the toaster. For warming breadsticks.

See the link.




(Note: My toaster is a wide/deep/thick slot "bread machine" toaster. Mere mortal toasters may require that the breadsticks be cut in half.)
half, Oct 04 2003

The link http://half_crazy.tripod.com/hb/bstoast
[half, Oct 05 2004, last modified Feb 05 2005]

Reusable toaster bags http://www.lakeland...5OSdeUAAADuhPDxwLX7
These would do - reuseable plastic bags you can put any combination of comestibles in before putting in the toaster. [hippo, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

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       Yummy looking sticks.
FarmerJohn, Oct 04 2003
  

       nice idea [half], a pre-warmed croissant for you. I was thinking you meant bread stick in a crostini sense rather than baguette sense, but your picture gets over the language barrier admirably
neilp, Oct 04 2003
  

       Why not have the sticks vertical rather than horizontal?
phoenix, Oct 04 2003
  

       Your toaster is missing an exclamation mark after the word "Presto".
Vaguely relevant link added.
hippo, Oct 04 2003
  

       [phoenix], The breadsticks are too long to go completely down in to the toaster.   

       You caught me. I did actually design the thing so that, when cut in half, they could fit vertically in the grid of the rack. This would allow 2 full ones, cut in half to be toasted at once in a normal toaster. It was just too much trouble to draw that way. I'm not [bristolz], [FarmerJohn], or [CedarPark] as you can readily see. Heck, I'm not even a [pottedstu]. :-)   

       I was also thinking that shorter breadsticks, baked such that 4 were stuck together (like cheaper hot dog or hamburger buns), could be toastified without a rack. Probably baked?
half, Oct 04 2003
  
      
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