GAS HOB OR CAMP­FIRE NOT IN­CLUDED (BUT STILL...)

Canada’s 100 Best - - Stuff We Love -

Un­for­tu­nately, it doesn’t hap­pen of­ten, but every de­light­ful once in a while the cheap­est, most ba­sic and prim­i­tive ap­proach works best. So it is with the Camp-A-Toaster, a stove­top toaster man­u­fac­tured in Rhode Is­land—un­changed—since 1963. If you fancy lightly charred sour­dough in the style good restau­rants serve it up on their char­cu­terie boards, this is the sin­gle best way to turn that out at home. If you like your toast to be of max­i­mum tex­tu­ral con­trast—ul­tra-crisp on the out­side, but just warmed through and still moist within—this is your best and most af­ford­able ticket to do­mes­tic con­tent­ment.

Ex­ter­nal heat source re­quired.

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