We only got about 4-5 inches of snow down at the crash pad, but then it warmed up, even rained, briefly, then the temps plummeted and everything froze. My driveway is an ice rink.
Barkley did his best Dorothy Hamill impression getting to the grass to do his business, and quickly skittered back in while Mom put out the Pet Safe Ice Melt, (as we were out of C4 after the last casserole clean up).
Sorry Barkley - we're not going to drive anywhere til that melts and the roads are clear. But if you're a good boy I'll make us breakfast. How does a bowl of kibble sound?
I'm not sure how "French Toast" got it's name as it's been around since the Middle Ages in a whole lot of places other than France (who call it "Pain Perdu"). Day old bread, dipped in egg and milk and fried is something that translates to Yum" in any language. In Norway, where my Grandfather Gullikson is from, it is called “Arme Riddere”. This translates to “Poor Knights” and it is often topped with a bit of sugar and cinnamon before frying and then topped with fresh jam. It's also sometimes made with savory ingredients, such as ham or cheese, whatever is on hand. This makes it a dish the Norwegians would refer to as “restemat”, Norwegian for ‘leftovers’.
And I have leftover bacon!