Word Of The Day: Rusk

There are two types of salads in this world: with croutons, and without. Needless to say, we prefer the latter. Thanks, rusk.

Rusk is a kind of bread that is baked as a loaf, cut into rectangular slices and then baked again until dry and crispy, eaten like a cracker or to garnish dishes like salad. With this knowledge, learn to distinguish the complete Caeser from the incomplete.

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