Feel Good Foods Popup Brunch

25 Aug

While we lived on the East Coast, we always made sure to visit Friedman’s in NYC. They always had the best gluten-free brunch items. When the owners sold the restaurant to focus on their gluten-free company, Feel Good Foods, we knew their products would be amazing (and they are!). This weekend, the team behind Feel Good Foods held a popup gluten-free brunch in Los Angeles. It was absolutely worth the drive. We started by sharing an order of the fried green tomatoes.

I can’t remember ever having these (pre -diagnosis), but I definitely should have. I was surprised by how flavorful the breading was. For my main dish, I had the fried chicken with cheddar waffles.

The chicken was so crispy and yummy that I would have ordered a second portion of this had it not been so filling. The consistency of the waffle was great as well. The hubs ordered the blueberry pancakes which I helped myself to.

These were nice and fluffy, which isn’t always the case with gluten-free pancakes. I attempted to order a gluten-free biscuit but they had sold out of them for the day. If you are within driving distance of Los Angeles, try to book a table for tomorrow’s brunch… you won’t be disappointed!

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4 Responses to “Feel Good Foods Popup Brunch”

  1. booradlee August 26, 2012 at 9:11 am #

    ooh thanks for sharing! I am in Ventura County but close enough to L.A. I want to check it out!

    • glutenfreeinsb August 26, 2012 at 9:01 pm #

      I hope you were able to make it! Everything was so good!

  2. Karla Stamps August 26, 2012 at 7:21 pm #

    Since I can’t go there (I live In Ohio)….. I learned to cook dishes like that here at home.

    • glutenfreeinsb August 26, 2012 at 9:05 pm #

      That is awesome that you can cook dishes like these! I am much better at eating than cooking!

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