French toast

  1. bread slice dipped in egg and milk and fried; topped with sugar or fruit or syrup
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How To Use French toast In A Sentence

  • Her father was already at the table, reading a newspaper and eating French toast and bacon.
  • Programming a Robot to cook French Toast would be non-trivial.
  • I ordered French toast with crispy bacon, maple syrup and hash brown potatoes.
  • Other items black women buy more of than average include household cleaning products, frozen French toast and deviled ham.
  • Next time we go, I'll order the chai-infused French toast kabobs or the jelly doughnut pancakes and Mara can get the buffalo sausage and garlic challah.
  • Light-footed waitresses pace the floor slinging babka French toast and eggs with kielbasa, and - mostly - plates of pierogi to a mixed crowd of chatty locals.
  • However, because he didn't know how to use the possessive apostrophe, it became known simply as ‘French toast’.
  • From time to time when Lily speared a piece of French toast, she tapped her fork on the edge of her plate to shake loose the extra sugar.
  • I want cozy nights with fat snowflakes falling quietly on our street, and late mornings with babies in footed pajamas clamouring around while I make French toast and coffee. Archive 2008-12-01
  • One of them, which she calls baked French toast, bears a close resemblance to a shallow bread and butter pudding.
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