food forestry

Forestry Toastery

Humans have been cooking slices of bread and then applying jams and jellies on the resulting toast for centuries (possibly since the day after bread was invented and not terribly behind the invention of the phrase “…ung, why am I awake this early, will I ever go to bed at a reasonable time?”)

Dryads and a large number of forest fey mimic this same routine. Because they typically lack bread, toadstools are plucked, warmed by the dawning sun, and either honey or silt is used for the spread.

Centuries of debate have not settled which culinary tradition came first.