This morning I was doing a New York Times crossword puzzle, and I came upon a clue that read, "With toast, in a diner." Four letters. I racked my brain on and off for almost an hour trying to figure out the answer. Finally, I flipped to the back of the book (something I absolutely hate to do) and discovered that the answer was DOWN. Can anyone tell me what the hell that means in relation to toast? The particular puzzle I was doing was difficult and riddled with New York-centric slang, so I'm assuming that might have been another one. Anybody?