Ah, so that is where the Loading page came from!
Heh, it’s true, he should be something breakfast-related, but this is funnier.
By the way, Toadst’s use of “vouz” implies he already knows about Ampersand, as “vous” is plural for “you”. Though that’s if you’re reading it as a French word. I think it was more meant to sound French, non?
Hey, I got this. AMPERSAND – D = PARMESAN, so it’s a dinner food. (But it’s a little confusing, since chicken Parmigiana doesn’t necessarily contain Parmesan cheese, with the connection possibly being that both are from the Parma, Italy. Good thing it’s hidden in an anagram, right?)