To paraphrase Sigmund Freud, sometimes a waffle is just a waffle.
Cinnamon rolls, chocolate chip cookies and even Sunday spaghetti can waffle.
Let's face it, we all say we like to eat perfectly healthy foods all the time. But in reality? We like to indulge. As long as you're not doing it too much, a little treat now and again is what makes life good.
Not everything that looks good has quality substance or beauty that resonates long term. Yes, we are talking about desserts here. In this article, I show you delicious desserts I have tried that are not just a pretty face; not only are they are visually appealing but they will not break your heart or your wallet.
Waffles have been popular part of American food culture since they arrived stateside in the 1700s. A tasty tradition brought over by Belgian immigrants, the humble waffle has risen to celebrity status over the past few years, popping up in gourmet restaurants from coast to coast, topped with everything from caviar to fried chicken. And it makes (awesome) culinary sense.
I've finally been able to put my hands one a waffle maker and for a few weeks now I've been experimenting new recipes. To test them, I've arranged a brunch with some of my friends (who are going to be my cavy unawares), and using this waffle maker each step of the preparation comes easy and fast, allowing for a perfect result that will delight your love ones during the Sunday's breakfasts.
May the fork be with you.
Yes, even gyoza.
There are few chains that inspire more loving devotion than Waffle House. It seems like everyone who's ever visited one has a special place in his or her heart for this unique chain. But even if you're a loyal devotee, we bet that there are some things you don't know.