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Best waffle shops in Brussels

Embracing the local food and eating traditions while you’re traveling is, without a doubt, one of the best ways to understand another culture. In Belgium, that means eating waffles the Belgian way — or, one might say, the right way. It’s not all about shoving a deliciously warm waffle in your face. While there may not be an exact set of rules, it’s clear when visiting Brussels that there’s a specific way to experience the “real deal.” Before explaining what that means, though, it’s important ...
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City Kitchen: Waffles Dress Up for an Evening In

For your next party, treat this breakfast favorite like blini. Top the waffles with smoked salmon, caviar and crème fraîche.
Tags: News, Salmon, Caviar, Waffles, Cooking and Cookbooks


Cinnamon Ricotta Waffles

The most common use of ricotta in my kitchen is as part of a filling for lasagna or another pasta dish. But savory dishes aren’t the only way to showcase the mild, creamy cheese and I often use it in desserts, including my Cannoli Pie and Ricotta Cheesecake Brownies. These Cinnamon Ricotta Waffles are a brunch dish that makes great use of this versatile cheese. The ricotta, which is incorporated into the batter, gives the waffles a light, moist interior and sets them apart from other waffle rec...
Tags: Recipes, Baking, Waffles, Ricotta, Breakfasts, Cinnamon Ricotta Waffles


Pumpkin Waffles

Pumpkin and pumpkin pie spices are the defining flavors of fall and they are incorporated into a wide variety of desserts all season long. These Pumpkin Waffles are crisp, tender waffles that offer a delicious way to bring some pumpkin to the breakfast table on a cool fall morning. They’re full of warm spices and smell amazing when they’re baking on a waffle iron. The best part is that the waffles – while they are impressive enough for a crowd – are easy enough to make that you can whip them up...
Tags: Fall, Halloween, Cook, Thanksgiving, Recipes, Baking, Pumpkin, Pumpkin Spice, Waffles, Breakfasts, Pumpkin Waffles


Red Herring brings modern comfort food home to Eagle Rock

Red Herring — which is both down-home and trendy — sits across Colorado Boulevard from Casa Bianca Pizza Pie, the legendary pizzeria and red sauce restaurant, which is both down-home and most definitely not trendy. The contrast speaks volumes about Eagle Rock, which sits just across the Arroyo Seco Bridge from Pasadena — trendy, not trendy, and definitely down-home, a land of small houses from an earlier era, and restaurants both from then, and from now. Red Herring is definitely from now. The n...
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'It sounded like you said 'robot waffles.'"

Me, responding to Meade, who re-articulated: "'Robot brothels.' They're 'dehumanizing and dangerous.'"Me, looking for the link to whatever he's reading: "Are you really reading 'dehumanizing and dangerous'?" Because I was Googling that phrase and not finding the article. Suddenly: "Oh! It's in a British paper!"The headline in The Sun: "BAD BOTS Sex robots BACKLASH as brothel workers reveal fury over ‘dehumanising and dangerous’ droids."Me, looking at the photograph and laughing: "It's funny how ...
Tags: Law, Prostitution, Robots, Spelling, Meade, Waffles, Ann Althouse, Althouse + Meade, Laughing, Era of That's Not Funny


WaPo provides "Perspective/Barack Obama’s summer reading list is everything we need right now."

I've heard about the "blue wave." This seems to have us lolling about on the beach. What does it mean to say "Barack Obama’s summer reading list is everything we need right now"? I hear: Remember the good old days? Wasn't Barack Obama great? It's okay to disengage from all the craziness of today and lean back and read some books.But let's see what the books are. Maybe they're all about riling us up about today. Oh. Wait. There's this introductory material from WaPo.It’s the classiest, most passi...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Law, Obama, Barack Obama, Reading, Sarcasm, Trump, Oval Office, WaPo, Waffles, Ann Althouse, Ron Charles, Obama the ex-President, Althouse, Obama rhetoric


F s a s y a o f b f o t c, a n n, c i L, a d t t p t a m a c e. N w a e i a g c w, t w t n, o a n s c a s d, c l e...

"How to Memorize Verbatim Text."I'm reading about this subject because I've long been interested in paraphrasing, and, writing the previous post, I encountered one of those "quotes" that are virtually always remembered in paraphrase form. You know, like "Play it again, Sam" (For "Play it, Sam"). Why do we do that? Does it happen when there's something off about the verbatim quote, and we're really fixing it, making it what it would be if we were writing the screenplay and expecting an actor to s...
Tags: Law, Obama, Memorization, Lincoln, Sam, Prayer, Sam Why, Waffles, Ann Althouse, Obama rhetoric, Paraphrase


"Where Is Barack Obama?/The most popular American, whose legacy is the primary target of Donald Trump, has, for now, virtually disappeared from public life."

Gabriel Debenedetti (in New York Magazine) asks the question that perhaps you, like me, have been wondering about. How did the most ubiquitous man in America for eight years virtually disappear?... He has mostly opted out of liberal America’s collective Trump-outrage cycle. Though he reads the Times and other newspapers, he doesn’t follow daily Trump developments on Twitter or watch television news. He is upset by the administration’s actions, and he’s confided to friends that what worries him m...
Tags: Law, Obama, America, Barack Obama, Vietnam, Times, Donald Trump, New York Magazine, Anthony Bourdain, Trump, Noodles, Michelle, Gabriel Debenedetti, Waffles, Ann Althouse, Obama the ex-President


KFC serves chicken with waffles

You’ll never have to decide between breakfast and lunch again, now that chicken and waffles is on its way to a drive-thru near you. That’s right, fried chicken and waffles is KFC’s newest menu item. In a statement, KFC’s senior marketing director said, “We know that chicken and waffles has a cult following across the country, especially in the south, but not everyone has it available close by.” Indeed, chicken and waffles is a common brunch option in select restaurants in some parts of the c...
Tags: Travel, Food, Chicken, Fast Food, North Carolina, Kfc, All, McDonald, Waffles


Anthony Bourdain goes to Waffle House.

Via Meade (so I'm sorry if I'm not hat-tipping someone I should).And sorry the audio so rough. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Restaurants, Anthony Bourdain, Waffle House, Meade, Waffles, Ann Althouse


Watch Anthony Bourdain eat at Waffle House and fucking love it

"This is better than The French Laundry, man." RIP, Anthony Bourdain.
Tags: Food, Video, News, Anthony Bourdain, Waffle House, Waffles, Parts Unknown


Classic Burbank diner has classically good eats, in large portions

Last year, the truly venerable Coral Café celebrated its 60th anniversary — which in the volatile world of restaurants is virtually a geologic age! And those 60 years were actually far more than six decades, for Coral Café (which is not to be confused with the Coral Tree Café chain) is open 24 hours a day, seven days week. On top of that, Coral Cafe does not sit on a street with a lively night life scene — Burbank Boulevard near Hollywood Boulevard is relatively quiet during the day, and downrig...
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Red Lobster and Waffles

Casual dining chains are responding to shifts in consumer behavior in uneven ways.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Seafood, Waffles, Lobsters, Applebee's International, Red Lobster Restaurants


VOTE: Would You Try Red Lobster's Lobster & Cheddar Bay Biscuit Waffles?

We don't know how to feel about this! On Monday, Red Lobster announced the newest addition to their menu... Crispy Lobster and Waffles made with the same batter that the restaurant uses to make their famous Cheddar Bay Biscuits. Related: Khloé Kardashian Satisfies Her Popeyes Chicken Pregnancy Craving A rep told People that the Cheddar Bay Biscuit Waffles are topped with "a crispy, buttermilk-battered and fried Maine lobster tail and finished off with a drizzle of maple syrup." Hmm. We can't dec...
Tags: Celebs, Maine, Waffles, Cheddar Bay Biscuit Waffles


Dash Mini Waffle Maker, reviewed

The Instant Pot might have been one of the popular holiday kitchen gifts last season, but the Dash Mini Waffle Maker has consistently been a best seller this year. The pint-size waffle maker is just a bit bigger than the palm of your hand and produce 4-inch waffles that are almost too cute to eat. It comes in a variety of colors and has a price tag right around $10 – making it a perfect impulse purchase, whether you’re shopping online or see it in the store. As a waffle fan with a Belgian-style...
Tags: Product Reviews, Baking, Waffle Maker, Waffles


Buttermilk Whole Wheat Waffles

Whole grains are an important part of a balanced diet, so it never hurts to include them into your recipes when possible. These Buttermilk Whole Wheat Waffles are made with white whole wheat flour, which makes them a better choice for your daily breakfast than some other waffle recipes. Despite their high whole grain content – something that might make you worry that these waffles with be dense instead of delicious – the waffles still bake up to be crisp on the outside with a fluffy interior! T...
Tags: Recipes, Baking, Whole Grain, Whole Wheat, Waffles, Breakfasts


Baking Bites for Craftsy: Whole Wheat Waffles

Waffles are one of those breakfast foods that I used to save for weekends. My desire to turn them into a “special occasion” breakfast food stems from the fact that growing up, it was rare that we had waffles for breakfast. And when we did have them, we all knew that our old-school waffle iron was time consuming to use and difficult to clean (we had a stovetop waffle iron in addition to a plug-in version that did not, in hindsight, work particularly well). These days, I have a much better waffle...
Tags: Baking, Waffles, Craftsy, Sweet Stuff


One-Bowl Vanilla Waffles

When it comes to breakfast foods, waffles are often perceived as being more difficult to make than pancakes are. As a result, I find plenty of people who make pancakes on a regular basis, while saving waffles for “special occasions.” There is nothing wrong with serving up waffles on a special occasion (birthday waffles? yes, please!), but you don’t have to wait to enjoy them. These One-Bowl Vanilla Waffles are easy to mix up and can be a fantastic everyday breakfast option, as well as a “specia...
Tags: Brunch, Recipes, Baking, Vanilla, Waffles, Breakfasts, One Bowl


Chicken and Waffles..OMGee!

Chicken and Waffles. It’s a thing! I came across this fantastic looking sandwich the other day in some random magazine. I normally do not stop on sandwiches, but it was chicken in the middle of WAFFLES and it made me look twice. I knew it was something I had to try. Not only for me,... The post Chicken and Waffles..OMGee! appeared first on MomDot.
Tags: Cooking, Parenting, Chicken, Recipe, Sandwich, Baking, Dinner, Waffles


Waffle Cone Cheesecake Cups

When it comes to ice cream, I want mine in a cone whenever possible. I’ve made my own ice cream cones at home, but even those aren’t quite the same as a freshly made waffle cone from an ice cream shop. Despite my love of waffle cones, I had no idea that you could purchase waffle cone bowls at the grocery store until just recently. The waffle cones are shaped into bowls that are large enough to hold two or three scoops of ice cream, and they’re as crisp and tasty as you would expect a waffle sho...
Tags: Recipes, Baking, Waffles, Cakes - Cheesecake, Ice Cream Cones, Mini Cheesecake, Waffle Cone Cheesecake Cups, My Waffle Cone Cheesecake Cups


Gluten Free Banana Waffles

My kids love virtually any kind of breakfast food and enjoy it any time of day. Last week Wes and I were discussing what we should make for Mini Chef Mondays and we decided something with bananas would be delicious. We don’t live a gluten free lifestyle, but we both inspired by this recipe on […] The post Gluten Free Banana Waffles appeared first on Finding Zest.
Tags: Parenting, Wes, Breakfast, Recipe, Recipes, Banana, Kid Friendly, Gluten Free, Waffles, Mini Chef Monday


Did you watch the Golden Globes last night and hear what the entertainment industry people had to say about Trump?

"The most memorable part may have been at the beginning, when Mr. Fallon’s Teleprompter went out. He vamped for a bit, and after the commercial break he returned with a joke — likening his mishap to Mariah Carey’s singing disaster on New Year’s Eve — that it seemed half of Twitter had already made at that point."From a NYT review of the Golden Globes show last night, "Trump Was the Elephant in the Ballroom at the Golden Globes."Jimmy's a nice man. I like him. But I find celebrity talk about pres...
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Eggnog Belgian Waffles

Eggnog is one of the things about the holiday season that I always look forward to. Granted, there are quite a lot of things that fall into this category for me, but eggnog is the one that really remains tied to the Christmas and New Years holiday seasons and doesn’t usually come out before Thanksgiving. When I have eggnog, or when I make it myself, I often use it in baking, as well as simply pouring it into a glass. These Eggnog Belgian Waffles are a very good way to incorporate some eggnog in...
Tags: Recipes, Baking, Eggnog, Waffles, Breakfasts


The Key to Perfect Waffles Is a Properly-Heated Waffle Iron

Waffles are a most welcome breakfast, but they must be crispy to be worth your time (and mouth). To ensure you are serving and eating the crispest and tastiest of waffles, you have to properly pre-heat your waffle iron, and you can’t just rely on the indicator light.Read more...
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Bigelow Has Breakfast In the (Tea!) Bag

If you’re not really the early-rising, breakfast-eating type, we at Bigelow Tea are here to convince you otherwise. Being proud tea drinkers makes us all about choosing healthy choices. And that includes grabbing an eye-opening morning meal that will make you want to be rid of the snooze button once and for all. Chowing down on breakfast offers your body all sorts of amazing benefits. Did you know that people who eat breakfast generally weigh less? The theory is that eating breakfast makes you ...
Tags: Tea, Breakfast, Recipes, Tbs, Electric, Green Tea, Pancakes, Bigelow, Harvard School of Public Health, Waffles, Bigelow Tea, Tea Recipes, Iced Tea


Amazing waffles, but so much more at The Taste of Belgium

It isn't date day until you take a table-side selfie right? That right there is my better half #theabeardedhunk (look... [Author: Vintage Indie]
Tags: Crafts, Brunch, Local, Foodie, Belgium, Dinner, Gluten Free, Cincinnati, Date Night, Waffles, Crepes, Vintage Indie


Nutella Fruit Waffles

Last summer we took the  trip of a lifetime – to DISNEY WORLD!  I had no idea I’d love it as much as I did, but each one of us loved every minute of it.  From the friendly smiling faces, the characters, the rides, the music, to the food – OH THE FOOD is to... The post Nutella Fruit Waffles appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Parenting, Recipes, Nutella, Waffles


Buttermilk Coconut Waffles

If you have a good waffle iron, waffles are a surprisingly easy way to start your day. Like pancakes, the batter for this recipe can be mixed up in just a couple of minutes. Unlike pancakes, however, there is no need to stand over the stove because the iron does all the work for you while you do other morning tasks, such as brewing up some fresh coffee to go with those waffles. The point that I am trying to make here is that, while waffles are a wonderful weekend food, they are a fantastic way ...
Tags: Recipes, Baking, Coconut, Waffles, Breakfasts


What Elite Skiers Eat for Breakfast (Hint: More Than You Do)

“When you wake up in the morning, Pooh,” said Piglet at last, “what’s the first thing you say to yourself?” “What’s for breakfast?” said Pooh. “What do you say, Piglet?” “I say, I wonder what’s going to happen exciting today ?” said Piglet. Pooh nodded thoughtfully. “It’s the same thing,” he said. — A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh Breakfast, as you learned in elementary school (or more recently from Ryan Gosling ), is The Most Important Meal of the Day. That’s likely true for ...
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