Battle of the Dishes

Brioche French Toast Battle: Butters vs. Over Easy

In some countries brioche, an enriched French pastry bread, is eaten as a dessert or served with tea. But this is America -- and we want sugar for breakfast. In fact, we want it dipped in milk and eggs, fried, then smothered in butter, cinnamon, and maple syrup.

Yes, we're talking about the fanciest of all toast forms: Brioche French Toast.

Originally invented as a way to use up stale bread, French toast has come a long way from its humble beginnings. Thanks to the dedication of countless breakfast lovers, the world now offers a plethora of French toast variations -- everything from sweet tiramisu French toast, to ultra savory versions resembling something like bruschetta.

So where in the Valley should you head to satisfy your sudden craving for some buttery, maple goodness?

Find out after the jump.