My husband and I took a fun road trip to Scottsdale to eat at Lo-Lo’s Chicken & Waffles. We met about 20 friends at the restaurant and just enjoyed each other’s company. I never pass up an opportunity to eat good food and hang out with a great crowd.
This is not cherry or strawberry Kool-Aid. It’s “red” Kool-Aid. Anybody from the South knows that is what you call it. Forget the proper phrases. Call it what it is — red!
My husband and his friend, Wayne, asked for “purple” Kool-Aid. These drinks were so good and royally sweetened to perfection!
My hubby ordered chicken and waffles. He only used a very small amount of butter, which was stacked on every waffle like a scoop of ice-cream!
I ordered salmon croquettes, waffles, cheese grits and cornbread. I am not a person who loves butter, so I removed the huge stacks of butter and ate my fill! I ate all of my food except the cornbread. My grandmother used to cook the best salmon croquettes. I think that will be my next project — learning to cook salmon croquettes.
The staff was friendly and I loved their Lo-Lo’s tees.
I will be back soon! The next time I visit, I’ll have to try the red velvet cake.
See you next week, and have a safe and blessed weekend!
I still need to taste the desserts. I had the Arnold Palmer Iced teaa and it was delicious. It’s a mixture of lemonade and iced tea. You can buy it at WALGREENS and it’s sold by ARIZONA TEA. By the way, ARIZONA TEA is made in New York. 🙂
LOL! I wonder where Arizona Jeans are made? LOL! It was great seeing everybody. I just hate the fact that we had to sit at two different tables. I wish we could have all sat together and visited with one another.
I love the pictures!!! The red kool-aid is on point! Miss you!
Thanks girlie! I miss you too! I’ll be at the Classic with my camera to get some shots of my beautiful sisters! And you know I had to get some of that “red” Kool-Aid! XOXOXO
ooohhh….i want to eat some now….
That means you have to come and visit! 😉