The first American waffle iron was patented Aug. 24, 1869, by Cornelius Swarthout of Troy, N.Y.
(via Waffle Recipes — for the holidays, I created a separate entry for this recipe) Homer Simpson’s Space-Age Out-of-This-World Moon Waffles: Ingredients One bag caramel cubes Waffle mix One bottle Liquid Smoke One stick butter Directions Empty bag of caramels onto waffle iron. Add generous portion of waffle batter (Oooooh… Waffle runoff…). Add one bottle … Continue reading “Homer Simpson’s Space-Age Out-of-This-World Moon Waffles”
The bad economy must be making people desperate. Someone came to this web site looking for information on how to “heat your room with a waffle iron.” I’m thinking this person must be in a bad way to resort to using kitchen appliances to keep warm…
Press 1 for perfect sandwiches: A panini press, or panini machine, is like a waffle iron, but the plates that get hot are flat or, more likely, ribbed, like a grill pan. You can buy one for as little as $40 or as much as $100. The press is usually quite heavy for its size, … Continue reading “Not a Waffle Iron”
(via NewsOK.com) Good to know… Grilled cheese sandwiches work fine in waffle irons, although the sandwich will look more like a waffle.
(via www.nctimes.com) (Prep and cooking time 1.25 hours) 2 pounds fresh cherries, rinsed and pitted .75 cup plus 2 tablespoons granulated sugar 1/3 cup orange juice 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise 8 ounces mascarpone cheese .5 cup whipping cream 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup all-purpose flour .25 cup unsweetened cocoa 2 … Continue reading “Chocolate Waffles With Poached Cherries”