Nothing says quite like French Toast, even if that does read like the ultimate oxymoron! Today, we're lusting after this Dream of PB & Jeannie French Toast from @thecafebyfoodhall's Weekend Brunch Edit menu (Sat-Sun), curated specially for our food fest. The origins of French toast are rather disputed. Some say that the earliest references can be found in Apicius, a collection of recipes that dates back to the Roman Empire. While others allude to 'tostées dorées' (or golden toasts) by Taillevent, author of one of the most influential French cookery books from the Middle Ages—Le Viandier. The Americans, too, stake their claim, with a popular myth suggesting that sometime in the early 1700s, a chef by the name of Joseph French invented the recipe, but failed to spell it correctly, forgetting the apostrophe and landing up with 'French toast' instead of 'French's toast'. Whatever the backstory, let's just say we're pleased as (American) pie that this particular plate of French toast exists, and we're loading up on as many as we can before December 10th, when our festival wraps up! Come join?

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Nothing says #BreakfastInAmerica quite like French Toast, even if that does read like the ultimate oxymoron! Today, we're lusting after this Dream of PB & Jeannie French Toast from @thecafebyfoodhall's Weekend Brunch Edit menu (Sat-Sun), curated specially for our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food fest.

The origins of French toast are rather disputed. Some say that the earliest references can be found in Apicius, a collection of recipes that dates back to the Roman Empire. While others allude to 'tostées dorées' (or golden toasts) by Taillevent, author of one of the most influential French cookery books from the Middle Ages—Le Viandier. The Americans, too, stake their claim, with a popular myth suggesting that sometime in the early 1700s, a chef by the name of Joseph French invented the recipe, but failed to spell it correctly, forgetting the apostrophe and landing up with 'French toast' instead of 'French's toast'.

Whatever the backstory, let's just say we're pleased as (American) pie that this particular plate of French toast exists, and we're loading up on as many as we can before December 10th, when our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica festival wraps up! Come join?

#FrenchToast #Breakfast #BreakfastTime #BreakfastLover #BreakfastIdeas #BreakfastOfChampions #Food #Foodies #FoodLover #FoodFood #InstaFood #Foodstagram #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Nothing says #BreakfastInAmerica quite like French Toast, even if that does read like the ultimate oxymoron! Today, we're lusting after this Dream of PB & Jeannie French Toast from @thecafebyfoodhall's Weekend Brunch Edit menu (Sat-Sun), curated specially for our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food fest. The origins of French toast are rather disputed. Some say that the earliest references can be found in Apicius, a collection of recipes that dates back to the Roman Empire. While others allude to 'tostées dorées' (or golden toasts) by Taillevent, author of one of the most influential French cookery books from the Middle Ages—Le Viandier. The Americans, too, stake their claim, with a popular myth suggesting that sometime in the early 1700s, a chef by the name of Joseph French invented the recipe, but failed to spell it correctly, forgetting the apostrophe and landing up with 'French toast' instead of 'French's toast'. Whatever the backstory, let's just say we're pleased as (American) pie that this particular plate of French toast exists, and we're loading up on as many as we can before December 10th, when our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica festival wraps up! Come join? #FrenchToast #Breakfast #BreakfastTime #BreakfastLover #BreakfastIdeas #BreakfastOfChampions #Food #Foodies #FoodLover #FoodFood #InstaFood #Foodstagram #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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