Don’t dilly dally
“Have some respect for French toast and get your butt to the table. It’s best to eat it fresh so it’s still crusty,” he says. Keep the garnish simple with a handful of berries or a quality maple syrup. “Take it easy with the toppings and let the French toast do the talking.”
Originally published as A Professional Chef Reveals the Surprising (and Only) Way You Should Be Making French Toast on ReadersDigest.com.