French Toast – A Historic View / Arme Riddere – En Historisk Oversikt

A historic overview and a recipe found on savoringthepast.netFrench Toast - A Historig View_post

Jas. Townsend & Son who runs savoringthepast.net writes: Welcome to our blog, SavoringthePast.net. The purpose of this blog is to open dialog with readers and to share insights regarding the history of food.

Food is a universal connection between people of differing cultures, locations, and ages. It’s easy to take for granted the foods we regularly enjoy, giving little thought to the origins of our favorite dishes or how they may have impacted history or evolved over time. The dinner table has always been a place for friends to gather to exchange ideas and engage in dialog ever since…well…ever since there were dinner tables.

If you are at all interested in food history, old recipes and old cooking methods this is not a blog you would want to miss – Ted

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4 thoughts on “French Toast – A Historic View / Arme Riddere – En Historisk Oversikt

  1. Well Ted, I took the challenge!!! Sac is wine, I think it would be or close to a Cream Sherry which is sweet. I searched and searched and really I first came up with wine, but I was not sure what type, I dug deeper and this is what I came up with…wine…yay!!! 🙂 Cheers friend!!

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    • tidiousted says:

      How nice of you to take the bother Amy. I never manage to come further than just wine myself. A sweet sherry would fit the recipe very nicely of course. I’ll change the recipes later tonight. Cheers to you as well friend!!

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