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Wed Jan 6 04:38:22 PST 2010
Each year, for New Year's, we have a party on New Year's Eve at a friend's
house then stay over. One of our friends then makes absolutely heavenly
waffles the next morning for all of us. He uses an antique waffle iron and
cake flour in the batter. When they're done, we have a choice of creamed
chip beef, real maple syrup from northern Maryland or strawberries and cream
to put on them.
My husband makes waffles on occasion and uses his sour dough starter in the
batter...this is also very, very yummy!
On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 7:02 AM, Johnna Holloway <johnnae at mac.com> wrote:
> We stopped at a few farmers' markets to see what they had
> while on our trip. There was a food vendor's truck leaving the one
> market. It sold fresh Belgian sugar waffles. I copied down the web address
> and just looked it up.
> Waffles of this type seem to be in. Sitting in my mailbox yesterday was a
> King Arthur Flour email titled "Start waffling!"
> It listed the following recipe:
> There's also a blog entry:
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