A long long time ago a man, Wilford T. Edgington, looked down at his breakfast plate and said, "This toast and these eggs are rather tasty. If only they could be combined." As this was before women who were not the Queen of England had any rights, he made his wife figure it out.
After that he made millions on the patent and then divorced his wife in favor of a woman he met at a cabaret. He soon contracted Syphilis and died.
Which is to say that the 19th Century sucked. But French Toast, despite this sordid history does not suck - it is delicious.
Special Thanks to TimAnderson, Canida and Ewilhelm for making this instructable possible
Step 1: Ingredients
Ingredients courtesy of TimAnderson
1) Eggs (about 1 per every three slices)
I had Challah bread from Semifredi's. I'm of the opinion that Challah bread makes the tastiest
3) Butter (Vegetable Oil is also a possibility)
4) A small bowl
5) A frying pan
6) A spatula
Step 2: Cut the Bread
Step 3: Beat the Eggs
Then beat them. This involves moving your fork through them in quick circular motion until the yolks are mixed with the whites. It is all right if there is some non-uniformity in the beaten eggs.
Step 4: Start Cooking
Dip both sides of the bread in the eggs. Put the bread on the pan. Move the pan around so that there is grease underneath the bread.
After a minute or so, flip the toast. Continue this process until the bread is toasted. The toast will have a marbled appearance and be rough and hard to the touch.
Once both sides of the french toast look cooked, remove the french toast from the pan and put in a new slice.