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Susan in Italy

Oh I so miss waffles! I could eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

Kalyn

I love buttermilk too. I bet I haven't had waffles for 10 years or more. I had to come and comment because your waffles photo just spoke to me from the feed reader! Great picture!

DaviMack

OK, now, I must protest! It's heading towards dinner time, I'm just thinking I should probably give up reading blogs & go think about making something, and then I happen across this post! You know that I'm going to have to go make pancakes now, right? Because we left our waffle iron in California, since it wouldn't work on the current over here!

Instead of the corn meal, you might try adding in some oat bran & some flax seeds. Yum!

MyKitchenInHalfCups

I think we buttermilk lovers are some of the luckiest people in the world.
We really must be thinking alike. I have made this one and it's lovely Glenna!
And yes I think breakfast is one of my most favorite meals of all. And Breakfast for dinner is always lovely!

Glenna

Susan--I so relate.

Kalyn--Go for it! Next time I'm going to make them with King Arthur white whole wheat.

David--You're hilarious!

Tanna--Breakfast for Dinner is da bomb.

Kate

I love breakfast items for dinner -- always have. And, each time I'm feeling unwell, it's a soft egg and toast, or a plate of pancakes that I want, to nurse me back to health. I just always associated it with Sunday morning family breakfasts, or vacation. We seldom sat down to a hot breakfast during the week (milk and cereal kids, or toast), but every weekend my mother made the full spread for breakfast, and of course, you ate breakfast out for every road trip and vacation. As a result, hot cooked waffles, pancakes, eggs, etc., are always a pleasant association for me, and serving them when I'm sick, or want something comforting, seems apt. That's my theory, anyway.

michelle @ the smackdown

why do i not have a waffle iron? i mean really, it's shameful. cuz i loves me some waffles.

Caroline

This is the recipe from Cook's that I tried yesterday. I doubled it as they suggested. They are beautiful and crisp but not fit to eat. They are so bitter from all the baking soda that they are truly awful. I don't know why there are so many Blogs using this recipe as it can't be edible unless you cut the baking soda and add some sugar. I would like to hear other opinions after they make these and double the recipe.

sher

I hate you! :):)

brilynn

I miss my waffle maker! Those look delicious!

katie

I love Waffles for dinner!

Deborah Dowd

I really love homemade waffles- there are no substitute and frozen waffles pale in comparison. A waffle iron was one of the first small appliances I bought as a young bride!

Glenna

Kate--Me too. You're rigth. Part of it is about that good feeling association with Sunday morning.

Michelle-- I know. It took me a while to find mine...

Caroline--we've been talking behind the scenes...

Sher-- I know! :-)

Brilynn--Ask Santa for one!

Katie--Yay! You're one of us!

Deborah--Totally agree. Actually I froze some of these and I know they'll still be better than commercial frozen ones.


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