Taking a drive on this long missed sunny day.
Big bad fire in Peekskill lastnight. The life altering blaze was a few buildings up from my beloved coffee house, and hangout. which I was blissfully, and espresso-ly trapped at for hours, whilst my truck was smack dabbed non-parkos-mentis (surrounded by firetrucks & fire hoses), with all access and exiting of the wintery glistened streets to a halted until fire/rescue had finished their greatly esteemed efforts.
I imbibed all manor of coffee house drink, until, I could randomly run no more to the restroom to seek porcelain solace within. The café was kind enough to let me wait it out, and see if I could drive home but it didn’t look like it was to happen, for a long while, so I left my truck and hoped for a ticketless retrieval in the early morning.
I made it safe and sound to my warm house. I put my hand on the knob of the door to go inside, mentally saying a humbled thank you for my immediate circumstances, and hoping and praying for the displaced couple’s.
You say you don’t eat strudel with your poodle. or hang at a Brothel eating Falafel. Then Behold. I give you “The Peekskill Coffee houses deliciously new Belgian Gold. Waffle Gold that is, Texas tea? not needed believe me. My piping hot waffle was golden, fluffy, and had a crispy snappy skin with tasty crunchy edges. Listen to Chef. Don’t even bother slowing your enjoyment down with Syrup. The waffles have the prefect amount of sweetness baked right in and absolutely cry out to be eaten syruptitious in the buff (syrup kids, keep your frock on). Any number of hot or cold Peekskill Coffee House beverages would be a good compliment to any of the various topped waffles. I had my waffle with a Latte (which was very good too). Check em out and let me know what you think.