The name, product, process and people make this place pretty fascinating -- especially since Aebleskivers isn't why I stopped in Silver Lake Mall in the first place. I heard rumors that the SLM JCPenney store was one of 300-some closing nationwide. As I meandered the hall, I fortunately discovered the rumor isn't true. ... Then I see the sign "Aebleskivers" and start talking to the friendly dude preparing the place. He's Ron Nelson, who owns it with his wife Tracey, kids Lauren and Ryan and helpers Courtney Gonzales and Marcos Coronado. Although in the restaurant business since 1977, Ron learned about aebleskivers from his parents, who made them after they experienced them in Solvang, a Danish community in California. They're a tasty pancake ball with toppings and dipping sauces such as berries and cheese and often served with ham or sausage/Nils Rosdahl, Business Bits, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here.
Question: How often do you stop at the Silver Lake Mall?