YES! Magazine picked up my article “How to Share a Waffle” for their online edition! They ask, “Bartering for your breakfast: One step closer to a local economy?”
The article begins:
Off the Waffle in Eugene, Oregon is not your typical waffle house. You won’t find pads of butter, bottles of fake maple syrup, or sides of hash browns and eggs here.
The owners, brothers Omer and Dave Orian, are in their mid-twenties and usually sport matching red afros. They and their seven employees serve traditional Belgian Liège waffles made from yeast-leavened batter. They use pearled sugar imported from Belgium, which caramelizes through the waffles, making them crunchy on the outside and moist on the inside.
And if you’re low on cash, Omer and Dave are happy to make a trade, because they’re big fans of bartering.
You can read the rest here.