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The history on waffles and the waffle maker.

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  • 1. The history and facts on waffles and the waffle iron.
  • 2.
    • The first waffles were made in China but lacked the key ingredients like milk, and eggs.
    • In London 1734, a cook was making pancakes for a customer, and steak for another when his wife called for him. He was pounding on the steak to tenderize it. He accidentally pounded on the pancake. When the cook turned back to see the pancake he saw all the indents in the pancake, the cook found out he could pour syrup onto the pancake without it falling off the side. When he was finished, the cook rushed it out to the customer when he slipped and broke his neck and died instantly. The wife then sold the idea of the waffle to an entrepreneur named James Shoney.
    • The waffle was made of some simple ingredients which are batter, milk, eggs, and a little bit of salt.
  • 3.
    • New waffle irons might not need spray. Give it the once-over!
    • Take it easy! Don’t mix the batter too quickly. Use a slow, even tempo to get the right consistency!
    • No peeking! But your patience will be reward. Don’t lift the lid too early or you will let out the steam. Wait until you see the light on the waffle iron.
    • Waffles are easy to freeze and reheat. So cook up more than you need so you can pop them into the toaster to warm and crisp them up.
    • Find yourself in a sticky situation? The oil or butter in the recipe should prevent sticking. So don’t skip on these ingredients!
  • 4.
    • The most common waffles are from the United states and Belgium.
    • Yes, they do. Many waffles from different countries will taste and look different.
    • The Belgium waffle (or the Brussels waffle)is made with yeast flavored batter with larger pockets unlike the American waffle.
    • The Liege waffle is richer, denser, and sweeter waffle.
    • Hong Kong style waffle is also called a grid cake that is sold on the street as a snack which is folded into half-circle with butter, peanut butter and sugar inside it.
  • 5.
    • All waffles are made from the same kind of base ingredients, but different add on such as spices and sweeteners.
    • Waffles can be different sizes too. The most popular is the circle. The other shapes could be diamond, hearts, stars, or even Mickey Mouse.
    • Waffles can also have toppings. Waffle toppings include butter, syrup (chocolate or maple), berries (raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries), ice cream, and brown sugar.
  • 6.
    • Waffles can be eaten in different ways too.
    • People will make sandwiches out of waffles by using two waffles as the bread and eggs and bacon in the middle.
    • Mini waffles are waffles made to look like a bite size waffle that you would dip into syrup instead of pouring the syrup on top.
    • There are also waffle fries. These are fries connected together to look like a waffle.
  • 7.
    • A waffle iron is what cooks the waffle to form all the pockets in the waffle. The waffle iron looks like a small grill with squares popping out on the two iron plates that would cook the waffle.
    • Before the waffle iron was made, waffles were made by two metal plates that squeezed the waffle together.
  • 8.
    • Besides waffles, the waffle iron can also cook lots of other foods too. The waffle iron can also cook hash browns, chicken, and bacon.
    • The waffle iron also made the bottom of the Nike shoe. When Phil Knight who started to sell Nike shoes out of his car. He used a waffle iron to make the bottom of the Nike shoes .
  • 9.
    • The Waffle House is a restaurant that has dedicated there business to the waffle.
    • They are usually found in the southern states, and they have over 1600 locations. It was founded in 1955.
    • Almost half their menu is waffles and breakfast.
    • It is called the waffle house because it is the most profitable item on the menu.
  • 10.
    • Eggo waffles are the most famous freezer premade waffles in America. 73% of all super markets have Eggo waffles in their freezers.
    • 3 brothers introduced Eggo waffles to supermarkets in the 1930’s.
    • The flavors of waffles include home style, buttermilk, whole wheat, blueberry chocolate chip, and strawberry.
    • Eggo waffles got their name from their eggy batter.
  • 11.
    • Yes, even waffles have a holiday.
    • It is on August 24, from the man who made the first waffle iron, Cornelius Swartwout in 1869.
    • To celebrate, you stuff your mouth with as many waffles as you can possibly hold.
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    • Pasted from < http://belgianwaffleworks.wordpress.com/2010/10/06/fun-facts-about-waffles/ >
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    • Pasted from < http://www.thenibble.com/reviews/main/cereals/waffle-history.asp >
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    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waffle
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    • http://www.antwerp-tourist-guide.com/waffle.html
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    • http://www.funfactz.com/funny-facts/the-inventor-of-the-waffle-iron-did-not-1212.html
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    • http://www.npr.org/2011/03/03/134239745/Found-The-Waffle-Iron-That-Inspired-Nike
    • http://user.gru.net/venkman/Waffles.html
    • http://www.cookingrecipesguide.org/waffle-recipe.html
    • http://www.lizrating.com/cuisinart-waffle-maker/
    • http://pennypinchingdiva.com/2010/10/enjoy-a-free-waffle-at-the-waffle-house/
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eggo