Saturday, April 26, 2014

How to Make French Toast like Noah Greene

It’s been far too long since I shared a video from some of the new blood on YouTube. And by “new blood” I mean the young punks who will eventually put me out of work. Oh well, we had a good run. Anyway, Noah does a great job here, and I hope he keeps adding to his channel. By the way, I really like the music. Enjoy!

16 comments:

Mark Anderson said...

He even shaved his knuckles!

William DiStefano said...

I like the video's music, pretty sure I'd heard it before . =P

Cigarro said...

The Best Form of Flattery!

Blue Arc said...

vegan french toast...tofu scramble???
I think you're safe Chef!

I'll try this but will change it up little. I'll sub eggs and cream for the batter and fry it in butter. Drizzle fresh squeezd bee honey and serve with half a pound of bacon.

Jude Weng said...

The two things that would've made this young punk's video better: #1: a joke that references an early 90's song… and #2: hairy knuckles. Good luck kid, Chef John's got some big shoes to fill!

Chris K. said...

When Noah discovers brioche it's going to blow his mind. Or send him to the hospital. Or both.

Roberto said...

Thanks but no thanks. I love French cooking and I'll stick to making my French toast with real ingredients including real Wonder Bread.

Unknown said...

Er, what? Non-dairy milk, chickpea flour, and no eggs? I can't imagine that would be more than disappointing.

browngoddess40 said...

I think I will make some real french toast and use chef John's recipe.

Bear said...

Yeah, I'll pass on all the "trending" ingredients and make mine with real ingredients.

inchrisin said...

Don't let them bug you, kid. The recipe looks solid. A non-dairy milk would probably add a little sweetness and work out better than the meat-and-potatoes cooks would think.

Thanks for the post

snowponies said...

Nice job and kudos to Noah! Not particualrly my type of cuisine though - I'll be sticking with Chef John. I have just one question however . All those organic and unprocessed ingredients and you end with confectioners sugar???

Bethany said...

Replace you? Never. We love you! Thank you for everything you do - and for just being you.

thisizk8 said...

What a nice thing to do for a talented young chef! We're looking forward to more of Noah's recipes!

Jerome said...

I guess this 'French Bread' is the word for 'Pain Perdu' ... I always make them with eggs, not in the US ?

Jackie Reynolds said...

He lost me at non dairy milk. No butter???? Sorry--not for me. You are definitely safe, Chef John