The Toas-Tite is a delightful gadget that debuted in the 1940s and was used in kitchens across the country. For years, the only Toas-Tite you could buy was in an antique or vintage kitchen store, but the device has resurfaced, complete with retro packaging and an instruction booklet. A die-cast aluminum cooking surface, hardwood handles and steel rods come together to create a simple device that brings big results to your plate. Place breads and crusts between the aluminum plates, and fill the center with your choice of meats, cheeses, vegetables, fruits or sweets. Press the Toas-Tite firmly together and hold it over a stove. Heat and pressure cause the edges of the sandwich or pie to seal, grilling the bread and heating everything inside to a warm, gooey goodness. Grilled cheese, fruit pies, fancy s'mores and other recipes have never been so easy. You can take the Toas-Tite out of the kitchen, and it still works. Deliver campfire meals and treats with a portable grill that works over any clean heat source. Cook poolside over your own grill or add to the fun of the fire pit with late-night desserts. Pies and sandwiches seal quickly, so you don't have to worry about dripping ingredients, which makes the Toas-Tite useful for indoor fireplace cooking as well.
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