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with grilled eggbread aka super over the top Frenchy French toast.
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I don't cook for a living anymore but I was classically trained in the French techniques.
I made it.
(Also I will say as a French speaker, the name of your collection has certainly caught my eye! Hahahaha ;) )
Yum! Where'd you get this at? Looks amazing :D
oh yeah. I'm hoping for feedback.
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