Pieces of toast with butter
Why Toast Tastes Better At A Restaurant Than At Home
There’s science and technique that separates your homemade toast and the perfect slices you'd get at a diner. Luckily, their tricks are possible to replicate at home.
The real make-or-break factor is the cooking method and the butter used. A generous layer is what gives the restaurant variety that savory, crunchy-but-moist quality.
The way you toast the bread is also a game-changer. Instead of popping your bread in the toaster, turn on the stove and brown the bread in a pan for restaurant-worthy quality.
This way, you can more evenly cook the toast and see exactly when it is cooked to your liking. Use a heftier type of bread to mimic a restaurant offering.