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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Trlsmn, Aug 14, 2011.
...not just for breakfast anymore.
My father use to take and add bacon ontop of the waffle mix as he made waffles. Great
I grew up with waffles and eggs for dinner quite a bit of tyhe time.
That's how my mother made waffles too, I had forgotten all about that. I will give that a try next time.
yumm! Great looking food as always.
I like little pieces of spam in my waffles, but then I am from the south.
HERE YU GO>>>waffling again...
There's a berry farm just south of Hillsboro called Unger's. They just finished putting up a building where they sell all kinds of berries, but you can also go there and get a Belgian waffle with strawberries and whipped cream. Yummmm. Took the wife out there a couple of weekends ago and we had waffles with strawberries. Sat out on the deck by the pond. Very nice.
That's just wrong! :laugh:
Waffles are a 24/7 food! Although, it does look a little small
If the bacon is thick sliced it helps to pre-cook it a little before tossing it into the waffle iron...otherwise you get chewy fat that isn't to my liking.
I thought it was obvious to precook the bacon a bit - better yet smoke it
Never had it with Spam - Would that be like Garlic Ice cream?
NOW CUT THAT OUT!!
It's 10:20 pm and I'm at work with almost two hours to go and then you go and show that!! Now I'm hungry!!
Surprisingly, garlic ice cream is pretty good
Those look suspiciously similar to the Kellogg frozen waffles, but of course we KNOW trlsmn wouldn't stoop to eating something that wasn't made from scratch......
OFF THE WAFFLE. Its in Eugene, which for some of you may be rather inconvenient, however they are the most awesome waffles on the planet. They have sugar cooked into the batter so they have kind of a sweet glazing to them. They are liege waffles rather than belgian I guess? Anyhow, worth going out of the way for.