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Maybe You’ve Been Making French Toast Wrong

Think of it as a three-day, no-work project

Photos: Melissa McCart

The French call French toast pain perdu — lost bread — made of dried-out slices recovered by soaking them in eggs and milk. Recipes along the same lines are mentioned as early as the fourth or fifth century in Apicius, the collection of really old recipes from Rome.

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