karohemd: (Chef)
Prompted by [livejournal.com profile] professoryaffle's top five recipes, I tried to find out why this was called "Arme Ritter" in German but have been without success so far.

However, I came across a reference on wikipedia that it's also called "Poor Knights of Windsor" in the UK? Have any of my UK friends heard this usage?

Clarification: What I'm talking about is (usually stale) bread slices coated in a beaten egg/milk mix and then fried in the pan, usually sweetened and seasoned with vanilla and/or cinammon. There definitely seem to exist a number of regional variations, both in style and naming.

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