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Michael Jones French Toast ©

  • 1 Cup Chocolate Milk (Vitamin D, none of that lowfat crap)
  • 1 Cup Half & Half
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 Loaf Challah Bread, cut into 1" slices

Mix the chocolate milk, half & half and the eggs in a big bowl. When your skillet/griddle is ready, dip the slices of challah in the mix and throw it on the griddle. When they are cooked to golden brown, take them off the griddle and put them on a plate or some other surface so you can eat them.

For some reason Michael Jones French Toast does not taste like chocolate... You can substitute the 1 Cup Chocolate milk for regular vitamin D milk if you want... but it will still be called Michael Jones French Toast and you will still owe me the license fee described below.

If you make Michael Jones French Toast, send me a buck cause you owe me that because I am not giving you this recipe, I am simply licensing you the recipe on a one time use only. Everytime you make Michael Jones French Toast, you owe me a buck. The buck is per batch too, so if you make it for breakfast and then again for dinner... that's 2 bucks... unless you made extra batter in the AM and saved it... then it is only $1. If you would like to make batches over 10 Gallons, you may contact me so a volume license fee can be negotiated. blindman <at> fecundswamp <dot> net

this button will allow you to pay the $1 license fee to my PayPal account.

If you do not pay the license fee and you make Michael Jones French Toast, you will probably be in trouble and may face some kind of fine or something. You may also be subject to some kind of search and seizure by one of the federal task forces that abound these days.

Michael Jones French Toast © FAQ

Q. I had a question this morning from a French toast enthusiast in China:
"Do we need to pay Mr. Jones if we steal his licensing concept?"
A. Yes, you owe me a buck or at least a coupon for some General Tso's chicken.

Q. My Aunt use to make me french toast using that same recipe.
A. Well, you are a liar. Besides, even if your aunt did make french toast in a way that is similar to Michael Jones French Toast © (which she didn't because as i said... you are a liar), she never copyrighted the recipe and I did and if she ever makes it again, she owes me a buck and if she doesn't pay I will sue her and take away her griddle and spatula.

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