How do you say french toast sticks in Spanish?
French toast sticks in Spanish is 'pan tostado francés.'
Jimmy french toast
French toast is 'du pain perdu' in French.
Anything you would say at a toast in English.
el pan tostado is how you say toast.
comment épeler toast en français that is how you say how to spell toast in french
To say 'I want to eat toast' in Spanish, you would say 'Quiero comer el pan tostado.'
To be honest, no one really knows, some say it is from America, others say England and Spain. but ive been researching it and it seems that french toast it actually from Spain! French toast was named after Joesph French the inventer!
bâtons jusqu'à [ Sticks Up in French ]
haricots sauce tomates sur toast.
"grille pain" is french for toaster
i'd say french toast but it also depends if you slather it with butter and syrup or not!!! lol
In Italy we don't eat french toasts, so we don't have a word for it. Some Italian recipebooks refer to it as "French Toast".
It is called a brindis. They say, "salud" which means health.
who started calling it French toast? Not the French. I think either the Brits or Americans came up with the name because they were using French-style bread. *To answer the question i will say that i is believed that what we call' French toast' in America is believed to date back to medieval times.
Rôtie avec confiture
"Santé !", "Tchin" or "A la tienne"
poincoineusse. no problem English muffin, i = french toast/fries
Palitos De Pan
Palitos de mozzarela
pedacitos de pescado
Palos de mozarella.
baguettes de tambour
palillos de pescado
Palitos de queso
French: émeraude Spanish: esmeralda
French: l'été Spanish: verano
Spanish: Gracias French: Merci
in French, you say turquoise...
chastity is castidad - Spanish chasteté French
"des batonnets de mozarella"
Bâtons. It sounds like...buh-tohns.
"des bâtonnets de carotte"
the 250 grams bread stick is named in French 'une baguette'
The most common words would be palos or bastones.
Santé is the French equivalent of the English cheers. Pronounced as: sahnta
du pain grille avec du fromage.
you can say "salud" when you have finished your speech
nope, nor do french fries nor french kisses (In France they call them English kisses, I hear). The same question, phrased differently, can be found on this website, where they say it was originally called German toast, til anti-German sentiment with WWI. (See dictionary section: French Toast; or go to Wikipedia and look up French toast, tho that is unnecessary, since someone included the Wikipedia entry in this dictionary answer)
No, they don't say so. This is nonsense.
This is a bunch of hockey sticks Il s'agit d'un tas de bâtons de hockey
Spanish: Manzana French: Pomme Italian: Mela
j'aime les tartines, j'aime les toasts
To say the words popsicle sticks in French you say batons de popsicle. In Italian these words are said as bastoncini di ghiaccioli.
If you mean cheers, as in a toast to fortune and good health, a common word is "salud."
"Salud" means "health" in Spanish and is the traditional word for a toast.
It is die Schule in German. It is ecole in French. It is escuela in Spanish
Spanish: Te amo, Te quiero French: je t'aime
The word for grilled in french is grillé. Pain grillé is toast. Un sandwich grillé would be a grilled sandwich.