In a dimly lit building on bustling Fulton Avenue, a handful of men and women lounge in recliners with their eyes closed. They sit just a few feet apart from one another as they each experience the odd sensation of tiny silver pins sticking out from their limbs and faces. Some fall asleep, while others listen to the recorded lull of waves and wind.
Sacramento Bee staff writer Allen Pierleoni experimented to develop an upscale version of a breakfast standard. Find the Grand Marnier French Toast recipe in the Food & Drink recipes section of sacbee.com