$1,025: The amount someone paid for French Toast. While eating at a diner, actor/musician Justin Timberlake left some of his half-eaten French Toast on the table. The waiter seized this as an opportunity and sold his leftovers on eBay.
Toast: Something French Toast isn’t. French Toast isn’t actually toasted, it’s fried. Thus, the bread itself isn’t browned, it’s the eggs coating the bread.
Bread: The ingredient that “makes” or “breaks” French Toast. When choosing this main staple, look for something with a soft and fine texture, like brioche or Challah egg bread. Also, make sure the bread is old or stale. Old bread better absorbs the milk, eggs, and other ingredients compared to fresh breads.
Mozzarella: The main ingredient in Italy’s version of French Toast. Italy takes two slices of bread and embeds mozzarella between them, dips the sandwich in whipped eggs, and then fries it. This version of French Toast is often topped with tomato sauce and cheese.
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