Will It Waffle?

smores

Despite being total Williams Sonoma geeks, most of us ESers tend to live in tiny city apartments, which means we shy away from buying unitaskers. But that doesn’t mean you have to cook every meal in the same cast iron pan, because with a little creativity you can turn that unitastker into a multitasker.

Which brings us to our favorite new food blog, Waffleizer, in which blogger Dan and some friends answer the eternal question, Will It Waffle? That is, can foods traditionally cooked on the stove or oven be made in a waffle iron? And might that in fact make them better?

As you can probably guess, from hamburgers to hash browns to s’mores, the answer is always yes.

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2 comments

  • gansie January 21, 2010  

    think i could use a panini press for this experimentation?

  • erica March 2, 2012  

    this looks like an awesome idea, but i’ll probably never experiment in this vein as cleaning out all the waffle nooks and crannies is just too daunting of a task.

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