On land, we have become used to perfect toast. Evenly cooked, golden brown, crisp on the outer, warm and soft on the inside. On the boat I have tried the mesh toasters, the rack over a stainless base full of holes...a fork, the griller....nothing seems to produce good results.
I can make either toast that looks good, but is still cold inside; or toast which is nice inside but which has to be 'de-coked' before eating. Short of firing up the generator and using an electric toaster at a time of day when decent people don't want to destroy an anchorage's ambience with generator noise, has anyone discovered the secret to making perfect toast?