Gordon Ramsay Cooks the Perfect Apple Berry French Toast in Michigan

Gordon is back in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan cooking up a stacked french toast that is absolutely delicious. Using the local berry jam (made by monks) as well as fresh autumn apples Gordon has elevated this brunch comfort food to a new level

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