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  • SAN FRANCISO: At Redwood Park, the new blue-plate special goes for $24, including a soup en croute, a salad, a meat or fish entree and a chip-and-dip combo (potato gaufrette with onion mascarpone).

    Restaurants: Frugal Gourmet

  • Dinner was prepared by Great Performances and included waiter-distributed hors d'oeuvres of seared foie gras on gaufrette potatoes, ginger-shrimp lollipops, Mediterranean figs and, for the entrée, a choice of truffle-crusted wild striped bass or herb-roasted rack of lamb.

    Merger of Rudy-Judi, But Best Man Andrew Carries the Big Day

  • Among the appetizers, only the seared ahi tuna takaki with a crispy potato gaufrette (waffle) disappointed - promising more flavor than our ice-cold-in-the-center example delivered.

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

  • orsum. my grandma used to have these ones called bread-and-butter cucumbers that were gaufrette sliced like crinkle-cut chips. they were really sweet and disgusting.

    ogorki a-hoy

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  • She would retire for a minute, closing one door after another with a really unearthly gentleness, to the humble toilettes across the corridor, and would reappear, just as silently, with a repowdered nose and a repainted smile, and I would have ready for her a glass of vin ordinaire and a pink gaufrette.
    --Vladimir Nabokov, 1974, Look at the Harlequins!‎ p. 82

    June 7, 2009