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Old 03-28-2010, 09:32 AM   #1081
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Sunday morning is either waffles or cinnamon rolls in my house....this week was waffle week. I love waffles, it's actually the easiest to clean after of anything I ever make for breakfast.
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Old 03-28-2010, 09:49 AM   #1082
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How did it work out, Jet? I hope you had some success.
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Old 03-28-2010, 09:51 AM   #1083
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I was sneaky and pre-made taco meat, shredded cheese and the veggies. I had tacos for breakfast this morning...they were yummy! And just what I wanted.
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Old 03-28-2010, 09:51 AM   #1084
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Sunday morning is either waffles or cinnamon rolls in my house....this week was waffle week. I love waffles, it's actually the easiest to clean after of anything I ever make for breakfast.
That sounds lovely. It's still too early here for breakfast. We love waffles and even have a new waffle-maker we haven't used yet. What do you like on your waffles. My fav's are butter/maple syrup (obvious) and warm strawberries.
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Old 03-28-2010, 09:53 AM   #1085
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What do you like on your waffles. My fav's are butter/maple syrup (obvious) and warm strawberries.
Butter and powdered sugar. Or just macerated fresh fruit, in sugar or sugar and rum, with unsweetened whipped cream on top.
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Old 03-28-2010, 10:01 AM   #1086
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That sounds lovely. It's still too early here for breakfast. We love waffles and even have a new waffle-maker we haven't used yet. What do you like on your waffles. My fav's are butter/maple syrup (obvious) and warm strawberries.
I generally just eat them plain. My mother and fiance are butter/syrup people. My waffle iron is yet another inherited piece. It's a late fifties era Sunbeam. Pretty amazing device, coiled wire heating elements, interchangeable waffle/griddle plates and still working after half a century.
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Old 03-28-2010, 10:07 AM   #1087
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I was sneaky and pre-made taco meat, shredded cheese and the veggies. I had tacos for breakfast this morning...they were yummy! And just what I wanted.
Nothing wrong with that. I'm probably going to have leftover chicken teriyaki.
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I generally just eat them plain. My mother and fiance are butter/syrup people. My waffle iron is yet another inherited piece. It's a late fifties era Sunbeam. Pretty amazing device, coiled wire heating elements, interchangeable waffle/griddle plates and still working after half a century.
I have a cast iron griddle/grill pan, but I can't use it well on my electric stove. I miss my gas stove when I lived in NY.
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Nothing wrong with that. I'm probably going to have leftover chicken teriyaki.
That sounds like a normal breakfast for me, when I get off work. I tend to eat breakfast things about 4 in the afternoon.
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Old 03-28-2010, 10:44 AM   #1090
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How did it work out, Jet? I hope you had some success.
Better, but not perfect. The closed configuration of the Griddler applied just enough pressure to get better contact between the bread and the cooking surface. Next time I'll have to find something to weigh it down as it cooks.
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