Tag Archive for French Toast

The Absolute Best French Toast in New York

Source: Grub Street NY

French toast is a dish that can sound staid and boring: good when it’s properly made, but ultimately just an easy way to use up day-old bread — sweet and straightforward and lacking exciting potential. But the chefs of New York should never be underestimated — and nor, they’ve proven, …

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Sessanta is Serving Up Nutella French Toast for Breakfast

Sessanta is Serving Up Nutella French Toast for Breakfast

Source: Eater NY

If Nutella French toast is the stuff your winter body dreams are made of, head over to John McDonald’s Italian restaurant in the Sixty Soho, Sessanta, where they now serving breakfast daily from 7 to 11 a.m. According to Eater, the menu includes juices, a summer frittata, Nutella French toast and a breakfast sandwich with prosciutto.

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Melissa Clark’s Creme Brûlée French Toast Recipe

Melissa Clark's Creme Brûlée French Toast Recipe

Source: New York Times Dining & Wine

Let’s talk Christmas morning. Chances are you want something that “wows” without the work. That’s where Melissa Clark’s French toast recipe with a creme brûlée twist comes in. Though you may have to soak the bread in custard over night, what you gain from this is a freed up morning sans of spending it flipping soggy toast over the stove. Instead, soak the break overnight and bake the bread in the morning. Get the recipe here.

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Mornings Made Easy

Source: New York Times Dining & Wine

Image: Yelp

Image: Yelp

Despite how far society has come- the atomic bomb, the tablet, the union of Kim and Kanye, we have still yet to find a way to hold back the sun. So despite how late you stayed out last night, or how early you need to drop of the kids, morning is coming. But mornings don’t have to be dreadful. Sam Sifton for the Times offers great ways to jump start your morning with an easy yet delightful breakfast: French toast! “Do it once, and it’s hard. Do it three times in a week, and it’s a habit,” Sifton says. Dress up your French toast with his recipe for fruit compote, because nothing says good morning like fruit cooked in butter and sugar.

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