One of my favorite things to make when I was a kid was scrambled eggs and french toast. Those were my go to dishes to make for breakfast-in-bed for the parents on Mother's Day, Father's Day, and parental birthdays. It's delicious, pretty simple to make, and you can use up stale bread. That's a biggie for me. There is almost nothing I hate more than wasted food. You can ask any of my friends, I will eat your leftovers, and I definitely think expiration dates are a suggestion. Actually they are. They are usually sell-by dates, or best-by dates, but that could be a blog post unto itself. Today I share with you my personal victory. My 10-year-old has developed a love of cooking, and is now making french toast. I'm anticipating breakfast-in-bed anytime now (hint, hint).
I'm a not-for-profit worker that loves food, both healthy and indulgent. I've eaten the 12 egg omelette at Beth's Cafe: toast, hash browns, and all. Take that Adam Richman!