This is a very easy dish to make that has very few ingredients, and can be taken with you and eaten on your commute to work in the mornings. I used to make this for my son when he was a little boy over a decade and a half ago, and had forgotten about it until just recently when, as much as I hate to admit it, started missing him. He's flown out of the nest and has gone away to college to become an electrical engineer (or so he says now).
The ingredients are your basics:
Margarine, Butter or Vegetable Oil
Spices (Salt, Pepper, Garlic, your choice here)
You'll need a heat source, such as a stove, and a frying pan large enough to hold the slice of bread that you'll be using. A tight fitting lid helps the cooking time along, but is not necessary.
You will also need to cut or make a hole in the middle of your bread slice. A cookie cutter works great here, and you can make fun shapes with them. I have chosen to use a penguin shape for this instructable. If you don't have cookie cutters, just use a knife to cut a shape out of the center of your bread slice. This can be a circle, a square, a triangle, a heart, a star, a rhombus, a hexagon, a decagon... you get the idea.