Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Infusion Bistro Inspires Apple Pie French Toast

Last Saturday, we had the opportunity to sample the breakfast menu at a little place in Atlanta called Infusion Bistro best known for their “cake & pie infused” waffles which I found intriguing. They brought us sample plates with a quarter of each kind. We had cookies & cream, red velvet, apple pie and candied yam. I tried the candied yam first but it just tasted like a regular waffle to me. (The rest of the table agreed.) The apple pie waffle had a candied apple slices on the top, which definitely gave it the apple pie vibe.

They also brought us a lot of other tasty things, like chicken fingers (so good!), fried fish, a variety of omelets, and shrimp & grits. Now, I’ve been in Atlanta for 10 years and I have never had grits.  I’ve seen them but have never eaten them based solely on their appearance.  So… I was brave and gave these a try.  The flavor was quite tasty.  Very cheesy.  But the texture… I’m fine with not trying any more grits.

I didn’t take too many pictures of the other food. The rest of the [bloggers] did a fine job with that. I had more fun taking pictures of the mayhem!  Since I am not a restaurant blogger, I decided to do a play on one of the waffles I tried: the apple pie waffle, but since I don’t have a waffle maker… I had to go with French toast.

Read more from AFBS member Sashi Steiner of Get Off The Couch and Cook

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