Many restaurant customers these days are looking for food that’s out of the ordinary but not weird, affordable but fun, new but reminiscent of things past. If it’s crispy and has little dents in it that will hold tasty sauce, all the better. And that might be why lunchtime and dinnertime waffles are making a comeback. “People seem to be talking about chicken and waffles again,” says Susan Goss, chef-owner of West Town Tavern in Chicago. Popularized in pop ...
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