I have a few ideas for things to make but I'm saving them for when I get back from the beach (I leave on Thursday and I'll be gone for a week), because, well, I'm kind of vain and want to look good in my bathing suits, that's why. At the same time, I don't want to neglect the blog since I'm going to have to neglect it while I'm gone. See the dilemma?
I've "met" quite a few awesome people ever since I submitted the egg/sausage roll on Epic Portions, and I'm very grateful and thankful for all their help and support. I can always count on Bear for a post comment, so I had to go for his suggestion of finding a way to fry an Elvis Sandwich. I've never actually had an Elvis Sandwich before, but I was ready to switch it up this morning. Many are already aware I have a weird obsession with french toast. I love it. So there we go, as easy as that, I was going to french toast-ify the Elvis Sandwich.
What you are looking at, my friends, are two slices of bread with peanut butter, joining bacon and banana together, dunked it french toast batter. The most fun part about this was flipping it over, well, and eating it. It's so dense and hearty, it actually goes "thud" when you flip it. Definitely not for light eaters. I'm such a fat kid at heart, I peeled it open, drizzled syrup, put it back together and ate like a sandwich.