FOOD HOLIDAY: Easy French Toast Recipe

Classic French toast. Photo courtesy MackenzieLtd.com. November 28th is National French Toast Day, celebrating one of our favorite foods (we prefer it to pancakes and waffles). French toast isn’t French; it was actually invented in ancient Roman times. In early French recipes it is called pain à la romaine, or Roman bread. This eggy fried…
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FOOD FACTS: French Toast History

Did you have French toast this weekend? It’s our favorite Sunday breakfast food. We like it even better than pancakes and waffles—and it’s easier to make. For the simplest recipe, just whisk 1 cup of milk with 4 eggs and 1/4 teaspoon salt to make a batter. Place the batter in a shallow bowl or…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Celebrate National French Toast Day

Celebrate National French Toast Day! Photo courtesy MackenzieLtd.com. November 28th is National French Toast Day, so celebrate! This tasty treat is usually made with plain white bread, but some people enjoy it even more made with challah, brioche, cinnamon swirl bread or raisin bread. 1. Beat an egg with some milk, soak the bread thoroughly…
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