Now don’t freak out by the title. She is moving home on Wednesday at the end of her first year of college. Next year she is going to live at home, so she will no longer be “coming home” from college 🙂 I cannot believe how fast this year has gone by. She is one-quarter of the way through college – at least her undergraduate degree. Knowing this typical first child, she will not stop with an undergrad degree. Anyway, she came home for breakfast yesterday and spent a little time at home relaxing before heading off for her last 4 days on campus. A couple of weeks ago, Ronda and I went to Mache is East Nashville and I had the most AMAZING french toast made with croissants. That was the inspiration for breakfast yesterday morning.
Speaking of french toast… When I was a senior in high school my mom and dad took my sister Marcy and me (yes, “me” not “I”) to Disney World and Epcot Center. It had just been open for a few months, so there are a lot of exhibits there now that were not there or were not yet opened. We made some amazing memories that holiday. I remember eating breakfast one morning in one of the park restaurants. My mother ordered french toast (she lived on bread, practically) and a woman with a foreign accent asked my mother what she was eating. Turns out the woman was from France and she had never heard of french toast 🙂 I know now they call it something different there – Pain Perdue, or something like that. I also remember one of the “cast members” from Germany flirting with my dad, but that is a story for another day.
Croissant French Toast
1 cup heavy cream
1/4 t. nutmeg
1 t. cinnamon
1 t. vanilla
In a bowl whisk the eggs, cream, nutmeg, cinnamon, salt and vanilla until thoroughly combined. Butter a hot griddle. Cut the croissants in half horizontally and dip in egg custard. Grill until lightly browned. Serve with butter, REAL maple syrup, powdered sugar, berries, or whatever your favorite french toast toppings are. It couldn’t be simpler. Do me a favor, though, buy croissants from the bakery or bakery section – DO NOT use the Pillsbury crescent rolls. That would just be a travesty!
Got to get ready for church and a full rainy day.
Until next time, stay DRY and loved, my friends!