Here is a great breakfast comfort food for those lazy mornings over vacation week. Originating in Europe, a 5th century Latin recipe calls it Aliter Dulcia (just another sweet dish). A 14th century German recipe calls it Arme Ritter. All over the world people make French Toast (trust me on this Wikipedia has a listing a mile long). In France and other French speaking countries it is called Pain Perdu meaning lost bread. Apparently it was a way to use or “reclaim” stale bread. Whatever it is called, it may be adapted to whatever bread you have on hand and you can make it grain-free as well as dairy-free.