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Now, this probably wouldn't work on a weekend at a crowded hotel, but I happened to be there on a Monday morning, and it was pretty empty.

The menu listed "Creme Brulee Fench Toast," which sounded SO good, I was almost tempted to cheat, but luckily I remembered my bag of gluten-free bread in my hotel room, so I went back and got it, brought it to the chef, explained the situation, and asked if he could make French toast with his recipe and my bread (with clean soaking bowl and griddle, of course).

It was fantastic, and I am now going to google the recipe and see if someone has put it on the internet already!

And the funny thing was, I had to ask for the remainder of my gluten-free bread back!!!!

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