Waffle


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Waffle

A mechanized process that destroys old or defaced coins. A waffle scratches a coin so that it can no longer be recognized. The former coin is demonetized and may then be sold as scrap metal.
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Terry came upon the idea to do a crisp Belgian Liege waffle--a waffle based on a brioche dough and pearl sugar--after trying one in the United States and deciding they needed to be more widely available in Utah Valley.
th] anniversary than to be serving our one-billionth waffle," says Waffle House CEO Walt Ehmer.
Now it's true that it could have been the dreamy location, or the delightful French Bordeaux, but I couldn't stop thinking about using a waffle as a platform for a savory delight.
If you are making fried chicken and waffle appetizers, be sure to use a recipe that will hold up and not get soggy on a platter.
Waffle has had a go at flyball and came second at a fun dog show for the fastest non-competitive flyball run of the day.
Serve three waffles per person, sprinkled with icing sugar and topped with raspberries and a scoop of raspberry or lemon sorbet.
com)-- Company creates energized snack waffle as alternative to energy drinks and shots.
Upon exploring one of the city's hypermarkets during my most recent visit to Cairo, I was taken aback by the number of dusty waffle makers sitting sadly on shelves - or should we call them multi-purpose snack-making machines?
Place a waffle on the plate top with vanilla ice cream, then place the other waffle on top and drizzle with the toffee sauce.
5-ounce waffle and can be merchandised in the bakery or commercial bread aisles, and also make an ideal impulse item when merchandised from in-aisle shippers and at the checkout.
Whip up small homemade waffles (the size of pancakes) with ease on top of the stove with the new Nordic Ware Waffle Pancake Pan.
Using a pastry brush, coat grids of waffle iron with oil.