I am new to this area of the web but I’m diving into my first blog post.
The first stroke on a fresh page can be very intimidating so I thought
“Where better to start than at the beginning -with breakfast!”
As I grew up one of the standard cook books our family would refer to if in doubt was The Joy of Cooking. When I moved away from home I was gifted my own copy from my mother and I’ll likely do the same for my own children when the time comes.
Last Sunday morning as I was doubting my memory of the correct ratio of eggs to milk for French Toast I turned to my trusted textbook. The answer was much as I suspected (1 egg to 1/4 cup milk, for 2 slices of bread) but I noticed in the method was the suggestion that the bread could be cut with a doughnut cutter! I had the time to indulge in the novelty shape but I had no cutter but have no fear, I was sure I could MacGyver a suitable tool.
With the help of my daughter (an aspiring scientist), we made out wonderfully (see below).
The remainder of the process was typical although after all of our cutting we couldn’t bring ourselves to waste the “doughnut holes”.
P.S. If your someone who doesn’t like the centers of the toast to be soggy, this may be the method for you!
“I went to a restaurant that serves “breakfast at any time” so I ordered French toast during the Renaissance.”
― Steven Wright