Celebrated on November 28th

National French Toast Day

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Challenge #1

Can you draw french toast with honey on it?

Did you know: The phrase “French Toast” first appeared in print in the Encyclopedia of American Food and Drink in 1871. But it is known by a variety of names including German toast, eggy bread, French-fried bread, gypsy toast, Poor Knights of Windsor, Spanish toast, nun’s toast, and pain perdu which means “lost bread” in French.

Source: The Breakfast Shoppe

Challenge #2

Can you draw cracking an egg?

Did you know: To make french toast, you first dip slices of bread in a mixture of beaten eggs, milk, cinnamon and vanilla. Then you fry the egg-coated bread in a pan until browned. Some people recommend slicing the bread the night before and letting it dry out a bit overnight to keep the bread from absorbing too much egg and getting soggy.

Source: Wonderopolis

Challenge #3

Can you draw another kind of toast?

Did you know: Recipes for French toast can also be traced to Ancient Roman times. One of the original French names for this dish is le pain á la Romaine, or Roman bread.

Source: Mobile Cuisine