I've been asked many times what I do with all the bread I make. Usually I give some of each batch away and whatever we don't eat within a day goes to the birds.
Today, though, I've made French toast using my Rich Egg Bread Recipe. I had made it yesterday in Italian bread pans this time. Yesterday Catherine sliced the sister loaf to this one, placed the slices on a cookie sheet, covered them with garlic and cheese, then toasted them under the broiler. She served it with her spinach lasagna. Oh, YUM!
OK, so what was the big deal about a post with French Toast? I just wanted to share a different way to eat it. Read on...
Jungle Jim's International Market, just North of Cincinnati. Above you see the front of the tube; below is the back of the tube. Food in tubes is somewhat alien to us in the States, too; tubes usually contain toothpaste or skin cream or....
So, in case you want to try something different for breakfast, you might want to pick up a tube of Cod Roe. ;)
Oh, and the sun on the dining room table in those pictures above is the result of the catalpa tree's absence. It is quite lovely to have that morning sun now.