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How to make French Toast Aboard

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That's not how I make French Toast!

But I wouldn't be opposed to someone else making it like that on my boat.
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I would be happy with that option in the galley. However, I don't think the Admiral would agree with me.
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"But honey, she's making french toast! Can we keep her?"
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LOL! I read the thread title and thought; you make it the same way you do anywhere.
Once I started to read the responses I knew I was in for a surprise. Thanks!
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And now you know why breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Helps get you off on the right foot...
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Well said!
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I tried one of those French Toast Makers before, but found it cost a FORTUNE to maintain.... so I started making my own instead.
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Geeze, you guys are so late to the party.
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