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Old 08-29-2012, 05:15 AM   #11
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Or do the like the Brits and eat your pancakes/waffles with granulated sugar and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice.
I make Dutch babies and top them that way, only we use powdered sugar. Powdered sugar, some butter, and a fresh squeeze of lemon.
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I pulled the trigger on a Waring commercial style waffle maker and I say it is a must in my family now. It is one of those flip style large ones that takes up serious space. but the golden brown crisp restaurant quality waffle was so worth the $50. We make waffles at least twice a month and my Daughter and Wife love them. I have tried the above recipe and love the yeast risen styles. Pick up some Belgian Pearl sugar and I feel like I am back in Germany all over again.
When the boys get a little older I can definitely see something like that in our kitchen. They'll all be over 6 feet tall by 15 so they better all learn how to run that thing. I'll buy em a sack of flour.
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Old 08-29-2012, 07:59 AM   #12
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I make Dutch babies and top them that way, only we use powdered sugar. Powdered sugar, some butter, and a fresh squeeze of lemon.


When the boys get a little older I can definitely see something like that in our kitchen. They'll all be over 6 feet tall by 15 so they better all learn how to run that thing. I'll buy em a sack of flour.
Thats why I had the girl, she is almost three and runs it herself! Only wish I could get her mom to run it....... We are still working on the basics with mom though. Least she lets me brew. Next time you are at Costco just keep an eye open for the waring double waffle maker. Seriously a solid investment on Sunday breakfast. It is not Sunday but Wednesday Waffle day is sounding really good right now. Gotta get my yeast ready tomorrow night I think!
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As much as I like waffles, I will never own another Waring product. I had a Waring Pro waffle maker (like what you see in a continental breakfast buffet at a hotel) that died before 1 year was up. Waring replaced it with one that died 4 months later, and then they replaced that one with another of short life. The problem is the last one they sent still technically works, it just doesn't heat up to the same temps and takes about 3x as long as it should to heat. It also takes up a ton of space...so I steer clear.

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Old 09-12-2012, 04:49 AM   #14
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As much as I like waffles, I will never own another Waring product. I had a Waring Pro waffle maker (like what you see in a continental breakfast buffet at a hotel) that died before 1 year was up. Waring replaced it with one that died 4 months later, and then they replaced that one with another of short life. The problem is the last one they sent still technically works, it just doesn't heat up to the same temps and takes about 3x as long as it should to heat. It also takes up a ton of space...so I steer clear.
Going on 2 years for mine. Works like the day I brought it home. I would buy a true waffle maker but the wife wont let me drop the $500 on a solid unit. The plastic had me worried but I guess I got a good one. I should fire it up this weekend to make sure I am not jinxed now.
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Sort of but sort of not.
One day last week I made the waffles with the recipe in this thread. They turned out great! But I only told you that to tell you this. I had a little batter left over, so I used it to raise a batch of sicilian pizza dough, which also turned out great!

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That pizza looks great. Good job and thanks for the idea.

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Old 09-13-2012, 04:46 AM   #17
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So you used the waffle dough as a starter?

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Sort of but sort of not.
One day last week I made the waffles with the recipe in this thread. They turned out great! But I only told you that to tell you this. I had a little batter left over, so I used it to raise a batch of sicilian pizza dough, which also turned out great!
I know what I am cooking this weekend! Break out the stretchy pants!!!!!!!!!!!
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So you used the waffle dough as a starter?
Yes. 10% of the total dough weight.
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Yes. 10% of the total dough weight.
And the dough recipe is........... Can't leave us in the dark here.
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