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The Snack Attack: How To Celebrate International Waffle Day Like A Boss - CBS Local

Friday, March 25 is International Waffle Day and today, we’re going to show you how to celebrate like a true boss. International Waffle Day began in Sweden as Våffeldagen, where people would celebrate the beginning of spring by gorging on waffles. We’re kind of spoiled in the U. S. because we get to celebrate waffle day twice every year. via detroit.cbslocal.com

Stir Crazy: Tips to make perfect waffles - Belleville News-Democrat

So, it’s on to waffles. I’m forever wrecking them by either leaving them on the griddle too long or not long enough. I’m not sure he’s a real guy, but his website gave me some great tips on making better. via www.bnd.com

The Gluten-Free Imposters - Daily Beast

Nancy Caracciolo, 31, walks into a Key Food grocery store in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, looking for food that won’t make her sick. She stops and takes a long look at the frozen waffles. The five gluten-free options, among the dozen the store. via www.thedailybeast.com

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  • CBS Local CBS Local

    The Snack Attack: How To Celebrate International Waffle Day Like A Boss

    CBS Local - 03/25/16

    Sure, you could crack open a box of Bisquick and get waffling, but how international is that? To help you celebrate this wonderful day like you really should, here's a list of waffle recipes inspired by famous flavors from around the world. *Note: I

  • Belleville News-Democrat Belleville News-Democrat

    Stir Crazy: Tips to make perfect waffles

    Belleville News-Democrat - 08/31/15

    I'm not sure he's a real guy, but his website gave me some great tips on making better waffles. And when a reader wanted advice as well, I went looking. Please note: These tips apply to American-style non-yeast waffles (as opposed to Belgium waffles); 

  • Daily Beast Daily Beast

    The Gluten-Free Imposters

    Daily Beast - 05/06/14

    She stops and takes a long look at the frozen waffles. In her thick The Betty Crocker Bisquick gluten-free mix is $5.49 for 16 ounces, while the brand's regular equivalent is 40 ounces for $4.99. “I think if I did Marlene admits that she doesn

  • Houston Press Houston Press

    With Houston's History of Wonderful Belgian Food, Why Is Café Brussels All It Has Left?

    Houston Press - 01/09/14

    Dessert was no better, with a Belgian waffle — a food I love so much when it's made properly — tasting like dried-out Bisquick topped with quickly melting canned whipped cream. "Why am I wasting calories on this?" I thought. "Bring me more beer!" 

  • amNY

    Waffles vs. pancakes

    amNY - 03/25/14

    The two are basically the same: the ingredients to make each are practically identical, and absolutely identical if you're using Bisquick or some other mix. But that's where the similarities end. Waffles are crispier and are either squares or circles

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