Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Blogger Week #2- Post 5 Gold Coast French Toast-101 Cookbooks

I love the blog 101 Cookbooks. I know you probably do too :). Heidi makes the most incredible food- its fresh, its unique, its just plain amazing. I grabbed one of her breakfast recipes to make tonight (note: Josh also had some leftover lasagna ;).

Gold Coast French Toast

1 egg
1 cup undiluted evaporated milk (I used 2%)
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/4 teaspoon salt
6 slices bread

Beat egg; add milk, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt. Mix thoroughly. Dip bread into mixture. Brown on both sides on a well-greased griddle or frying pan. Serve with desired toppings!

Again, not a beautiful picture but it was wayy yummy.

On another note- the Frankster is sick :(. I fed him some turkey last night and apparently it didn't go over well. I think he was fearful today of getting sick on the floor and looked for any other place to relieve himself. He choose one of my duffel bags. haha I literally came home to #2 in my duffel bag. Poor baby. I hope he feels better!
After getting the monster all cleaned up (bath), I went to the gym and ran 4.5 miles and then did 15 minutes on the elliptical. What'd you make for dinner tonight lurves?


Anonymous said...

POOR frankie :( and poor you, with the duffel bag, haha but good story. I love b-fast for dinner and that looks great! I just had a veggie burger and salad, so lame but kind of nice to have simplicity after this weekend's craziness.

Trying To Heal said...

ah, poor frank...feel better puppy!

love the french toast...looks absolutely amazing!!!

i had leftovers with leftovers...was sooo good! flavors were amazing!

Holly said...

Oh, no! I hope Frank feels better....animals are just so sad when they are sick. :-(

I am definitely using that French Toast recipe! I could eat breakfast for dinner every day.

I had sushi for dinner...I had a crazy craving and man was it good!

amy. said...

Aw sorry for baby frankie! Hope he feels better and doesn't make a mess in any more duffel bags ;)
Great looking french toast...My mom always made us french toast for dinner when my dad would be away on a business trip. Nostalgic!
Great workout, too!!

Anonymous said...

I love French toast!

Poor Frank - he looks so sad! I hope that he feels better, soon!

I went out to dinner tonight and got a deelish veggie sandwich!

Esi said...

Love 101 Cookbooks. Such a great meal. Hope the Frankster is better soon! I went out tonight. Yum yum yum!!

Anonymous said...

Wow, that french toast looks so delicious!

And awh, such a cute doggie! I hope Frank gets better soon!

Pearl said...

awww poor frankie :( i hope he feels better. at least he has a lovely mommy like you!

Anonymous said...


I hate when our bullmastiff is dragging like that

it's so pitiful :(

Balance, Joy and Delicias! said...

I love that cookbook!! she's genius!!!

your puppy looks sad~~~~~~ maybe you didn't give him yummy french toast?

Anonymous said...

I hope your doggie feels better!

Thanks for the delicious french toast recipe!

LizNoVeggieGirl said...


I'm praying for Frank's quick recovery!!

K from ksgoodeats said...

Another fabulous recipe!!


Anonymous said...

Aww...poor lil' puppy! Hope he's feeling better!!

I love Heidi's blog - and her book, Super Natural Cooking, is fabulous!!

Another great dinner! Breakfast for dinner is the best! In fact, that's what we're having tonight. Yay!

Anonymous said...

I hope Frank feels better!

Maria said...

French toast is my all time favorite breakfast...or anytime treat! I love it!!!
Poor Frank. I Hope he is doing better today!

Unknown said...

poor frank! i hope he feels better soon!!
the french toast looks wonderful!
for dinner i made.. a clif bar. sad i know, but was in a rush!
hope you have a fabulous day!

Krista said...

I love fench toast! YUM!

Hope the Frankster is feeling much better!!!

Jenn said...

Poor Frankster! I hope he feels better.

And I love that blog, too. Her food pics are like art!

lauren said...

your poor pup! he is so freakin adorable though. and I love 101 cookbooks too - the french toast looks great!

Anonymous said...

OH FRANK! He needs a hug from Auntie Erin.
I love the french toast. The steam rising off the top is especially cool!
For dinner last night, I brought a salad with black eye peas and wheatberries to work. Boring!

Unknown said...

I was out - I had pizza. Yum.

French toast sounds good though.

I hope the puppy gets better.

Anonymous said...

Aw poor Frank! (and poor duffel bag)

Dinner last night was homemade Swiss Chard Pie (kind of like a swiss chard souffle baked over a whole wheat crust) and some stovetop popcorn for dessert.

Unknown said...

aw no, hope frank feels better! bummer about the duffel bag :( at least it wasn't in the carpet!

loverly french toast!

Aggie said...

Oh poor Frank...gosh, he is a cutie!

I love that blog too! And I love that french toast! Looks yum and I bet was great for dinner!

I ate swedish meatballs with whole wheat noodles last night...it was from IKEA and so good. I went for the first time yesterday and brought home some goodies! I never knew they had food!

Hope Frank feels better!

Becca said...

Poor Frank. Hope is belly is feeling better...you could try a bland diet to get it back on track...

And I'm loving blogger week btw :) Feel free to try something of mine anytime, I'd like the feedback.

Zesty Cook said...

I feel bad for your puppy! I hope he gets better.

I love french toast - your version looks great.

For supper last night I had sauteed haddock in an orange hoisin sauce with basil


I Run for Fun said...

Oh...poor baby! Hope he feels better.

I love french toast. Mmm...

The Blonde Duck said...

I hope Frank feels better! That french toast looks great. I'm picking up some rotissere chicken and making stuffing and steamed broccali! My mom was supposed to bring my smoked turkey down and she didn't!

Adam said...

Utterly decedent and delicious, French toast is also cheap, easy and simple. It takes five minutes to do and one minute to devour. Serve in bed on a tray with fresh coffee or tea, a small vase with a single rose and to the sound of hubby doing the housework.


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