After the Thanksgiving marathon of cooking (11 hours total by yours truly whipping up a solo feast in a tiny New York apartment. We counted.), I was jumping at the bit to get out of the city for a little relaxation. Enter: Niantic, CT. A darling beach town with a calling for chilling out, grubbing down, and reminding ourselves that concrete was not around before the dinosaurs.
Neither was this cafe, nor tortillas, but I was slightly shocked, to say the least, when my guy and I went for breakfast at Cafe Sol, a tiny cafe on their Main Street. The menu housed sandwiches, wraps, and bagels. AKA- au revoir, choice. Buuuuuut, low and behold, we asked the owner if they had gluten-free, and the gorgeous magician of a hostess whipped out a package of Food for Life Brown Rice Tortillas.
If you ever make it out to Niantic, CT, chase seagulls (see left), and go to Cafe Sol. If tiny beach towns aren’t on your agenda, but you still want a Bubble Child-safe breakfast wrap, you can get your Food for Life tortillas here.