Not too long after I moved to Los Angeles, yet before I was diagnosed with Celiac, I couldn’t help but notice a restaurant not too far from my house called, “The Waffle.” Not The Waffle House (whole other connotation there) but simply, The Waffle. The Waffle did not disappoint when I first slid into a booth and ordered up a flight of wee waffles with everything from herbs and goat cheese to lox and creme fraiche. Ohhh, how I loved The Waffle and all its waffly goodness.
So it was like a dagger through my heart every time I drove past The Waffle after I realized we were no more.
That is, until I discovered my new favorite LA blog, Gluten Freeways. This lady [correction: GFreeways is a dude!] changed my life when she announced that The Waffle offers up gluten-free waffles as well! Holy hell. Why didn’t I make a call? I just assumed she and I were through, and didn’t even give her an explanation for my sudden absence, nor did I give her an opportunity to convince me that it didn’t have to be this way.
The Waffle and I are back together and it looks like this:
Pecan toasted waffle that’s all gluten-free, and 100% rad. If I’d been even slightly aware of what gluten-free actually was before I was diagnosed, I might have noticed the menu that looks like this:
Honestly, people. Ask before you assume. This has been my lesson for the week. One which I’m sure I will promptly forget. Still, Roscoe’s — I’m heading your way next. Feeling good.
Glad I could help! but just so you know, I’m a guy 😉
Ha! Why did I think you were a lady? Clearly projecting my own lady-ness. Regardless, I LOVE your blog. God bless you.
By the way, WordPress is being wonky today and won’t let me add links. So the fab blog, Gluten Freeways is – http://www.glutenfreeways.com/. Exactly what you thought it would be. Go visit, everyone!
Hello, i think that i saw you visited my site thus i came to “return the favor”.
I’m attempting to find things to improve my site!I suppose its ok to use some of your ideas!!
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