In theory, I knew that a casserole version of French toast was possible, but I’d never tried it. With a can of pumpkin puree hanging about my cabinet, I stumbled upon a recipe that claimed to be both easy and pumpkin pie-flavored. I decided to give it a go.
Update: The original title of this post used the word “shiksa,” which is inappropriate for me to use as a non-Jew. It was an arrogant and insensitive choice, and I’m sorry for the mistake and any harm it’s caused our readers. I changed the title, and I will do better in the future. I decided […]
Sugar shack season is upon us! And what a wonderful excuse to share an incredibly simple Sugar Shack French Toast recipe. For those unfamiliar, a sugar shack is where the magic happens when it comes to maple syrup making.
Many people are freaked out by the idea of hosting a brunch, thinking it too big or too complicated or requiring too much effort, but once you stop trying to be Ina Garten and just be yourself, you’ll love throwing brunches, too.
I’m totally going to get a reputation for being a terrible baker. I posted a few months back about my tres leche cake gone wrong, now I’ve gone and made some terribly ugly bread. We’re going to learn what went wrong together, readers. Learn from my atomic pumpkin loaf of shame.