Monday, May 26, 2014

Best Cinnamon French Toast, Ever

Yesterday Tim stained the front porch and it's beautiful.  Or as he says, it's a polished turd, but still.  I love it. Then this morning I used a leftover spelt loaf for Cinnamon French Toast.  Best ever.  Seriously good. 

This one goes in the book because the taste of the spelt, mixed with the strong flour, mixed with the organic cinnamon, and local maple sryup, my gosh, I wish I could have had you all over for brunch.

And that's another thing, I see cookery shows where judges belittle brunch.  What's that about?  Brunch might be rustic and a bit of mix, but by gosh, I'll take a good breakfast brunch over a snooty, over-priced, don't put your elbows on the table, restaurant, all ding dong day long.

And that my Boogerbutts, brings me to end of another post.  Meanwhile, Tim's got the music on, he's writing and I'm to put finishing touches on The Lemon Tart Room. 

Thanks for reading and boogie boogie.



37 comments:

  1. I love Cinnamon French Toast--I'm coming to your house!

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    1. Coffee? Tea? Juice? We got it all.

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  2. I can smell it fro here....
    Have a great day...The sun is shinning and I can
    see my dirty windows but I don't care. I'll go out
    on the porch and see the sun....Love to you both...

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    1. Hope you guys are having fun and getting tons done at camp. It's a great day here too.

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  3. I like brunch. I'm not a breakfast person, so it gives me more options.

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    1. What's your favorite brunch item?

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  4. It can't be the best Cinnamon French Toast; MY mom didn't make it.

    Unless...mom...?

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    1. I do! My best recipe is: Heat

      Hey. Wait a minute. What happened to unconditional love, mom?

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  5. Oh wow that sounds lovely. I also enjoy brunch. I don't often make it out to places that only serve breakfast until 11am... I prefer all day options. Love a good eggs benny at a brunch place. MMMMmmmmmm.....

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    1. I've never tasted eggs benny before, nor have I made it yet, but it's on my list of things to make/taste at home.

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  6. I could've used such a brunch today... haven't eaten anything since I had Internet people fixing something in my palace....

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    1. Hope the Internet problems didn't cost an arm and a leg to get fixed. Did you get something good to eat, once they left?

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    2. Nope, just some bread and margarine :)
      The fixing was for free since my roof has their antenna for the whole block - I let them use my roof and they give me free internet :)

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    3. That's a fantastic deal.

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  7. Oh my gosh...cinnamon bread anything for me! Yummy! I bet your home smelled delicious. I would have absolutely come over for brunch at your place. 'Cause brunch is the best, and you're such a great cook.

    And definitely no snooty places for me. I'm a laid back type, and cannot stand those types of places.

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    1. It's a combo of cinnamon and paint fumes, topped with real local maple syrup and wet dog.

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  8. Is it bad that I have no idea what a spelt loaf is?

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    1. It's an ancient grain often confused with Farro. And it doesn't help that some cooks use the names interchangeably as if they were the same grain.

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  9. Now you're talking. Love cinnamon French toast!

    And I'm right with you when you say, 'I'll take a good breakfast brunch over a snooty, over-priced, don't put your elbows on the table, restaurant, all ding dong day long.'

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    1. Woohoo, another one for easy-going eateries. Having more Cinnamon French Toast in a few minutes. I'll save ya some.

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    1. I wasn't able to snap a good French Toast photo. Hope all is well on your end. Boogie boogie.

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    1. Do you ever make breakfast at home?

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  12. Mmmmm, French toast is one of my weaknesses! I love French toast! Sounds like you guys are definitely making the most of your staycation!

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    1. Oh yeah, we're enjoying the freedom.

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  13. I am so ding dong happy that you are having such a great.....and tasty.....staycation!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Thanks, Linda. There's no place like home.

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  14. I love brunch too. I'm planning on finding one this Sunday. When do we get pictures of the yellow room?

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    1. Not sure, but thanks for asking.

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  15. Delicious! Um, brunch is one of my favorite meals. I'm not hungry when I wake up so I don't usually eat breakfast until ten anyway. Perfect meal time for me. I'm also a big fan of linner. lunch/dinner.

    Hope all is well!!

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    1. Hey Lady. Hope all is good on your end. We're grovin' along on our staycation. Getting some stuff done around the house, as well.

      Cheers and boogie boogie.

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  16. you and me could be best friends. just the other day a friend of my was telling me about how her mother taught her which fork, spoon, knife to use for place setting. she told me that there were even forks, spoons and knives not only on the sides but in front of her? she worked in advertising and had to know as much - which fork to use to impress people. such pretentiousness. hey I like plain, simple folk who do not put on airs all ding dong long day. great post. cheers!!

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    1. Yes, I tell ya, I don't see using which fork when to be impressive at all. However, I do like my little spoon when I eat ice cream and I LOVE our soup spoons when eating levis (soup).

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  17. oh, by the way, buns look gooooooood! cheers!1

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    1. Thanks. Cheers and boogie boogie.

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