Giant French Toast

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NYNM
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2008/03/19 12:21:43 (permalink)

Giant French Toast

Today I had a nice pastry for breakfast from a gourmet take out. I was a large, think piece of French Toast covered in almonds. It was delicious. Crisy onthe outside, soft on the inside. I have seen these different places and recommend them.
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    Kinsman
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    RE: Giant French Toast 2008/03/20 13:13:22 (permalink)
    Was this deep fried or grilled?
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    ChicagoIrish
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    RE: Giant French Toast 2008/03/20 16:51:54 (permalink)
    That is what the French call pain perdu
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    phatphil
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    RE: Giant French Toast 2008/03/20 20:35:19 (permalink)
    johnny g's in lake worth florida or lou mitchells in chicago or nestors in boca raton fl have the best crunchy or fried french toast
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    NYNM
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    RE: Giant French Toast 2008/03/20 22:07:30 (permalink)
    The place I went to, I think it was grilled. Yum. At least one and a half inches thick. Caramelized. But I could imagine it fried.
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