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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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Sweet treats on offer include Ferrero Rocher cookie dough, the signature waffle with strawberries, chocolate and strawberry sauce and finished off with gelato - it's called "I'll Have What She's Having".
WIS-TV also cited a Waffle House spokesperson as saying that the sleeping employee was suspended for a week.
During the actual Waffle Week, August 21-25, the Waffle Tour will visit each fire station in Katy, along with the police station and Katy ISD's police department.
Invent Your Own: for children to be a Sundae Scientist Wacky Waffles and Crepe Cutees both with similar fun names and all sized for tiny Creams customers.
Such is the passion for potato waffles by expats missing them from home, a Facebook group was set up to campaign for Birds Eye to ship them to Australia.
Waffle Love can be found at their brick-and-mortar location at 1796 N.
Cook's Note:Use any plain waffle recipe you would like.
When cooking, all you need to do is set the temperature to low, medium or high, place the sandwich or waffle batter on the grill plates and wait for the light to turn from red to green - it's as simple as that
Waffle is a super pet, a really great addition to any family of experienced dog handlers who have lots of time to devote to her.
Serve three waffles per person, sprinkled with icing sugar and topped with raspberries and a scoop of raspberry or lemon sorbet.
The human waffle makers hurriedly poured the gloopy batter into the overlapping hot irons while children, accompanied by freshly-manicured mommies urging them to add fruit, clamored to pick sugar-laden toppings.