Discussion in 'Denver, CO' started by Zoom_Cthooga, Aug 10, 2004.
of course they do!
every race enjoys a good waffle or two!
Yep. And he's in a flightsuit. And I bet that little slot on the front of every R2 unit out there is really a toaster to make waffles.
ok i knew this guy back in nashville...he wrote a song about waffle house...i'll see if i can find the tape and bring it this weekend to the party.
it was great....in the meantime, i'll see if i can find the lyrics.
Im pretty sure that guy is in rogue squadron josh. his name is ooryl qrygg (sp?) sadly he doenst eat our kind of food.
Ah, but I bet they have a similar waffle-like cuisine.
a thread for the undead. Im a count who can rhyme too
he is orlyy orygg. an gand pilot with the rouge's and corrans best friend.
waffles lack necks. they are no good to me.
also, dude where did you dig up that spelling?
Waffles sound good
waffle house you will always be...home sweet home to meeee....
so you know it is sad when you are at an RMFF meeting reading the message board.
so i went to waffle house yesterday...and it was hmm hmm good!
ok the rain as stopped! woohoo
THE HISTORY OF THE WAFFLE
In ancient times, the Greeks cooked very flat cakes between two hot metal plates. This method of cooking continued throughout the Middle Ages by the obloyeurs who made all sorts of oublies that were flat or rolled into horn shapes.
1200s: The oublie became the waffle when a craftsman had the idea of forging some cooking plates reproducing the characteristic pattern of honeycombs that at the time were called gaufres (from the Old French "wafla.").
1620: The Mayflower Pilgrims spent time in Holland before their journey in 1620. It was the Dutch "wafel" that they brought with them that became our waffles.
1735: The word "waffle" first appeared in English print. By the end of the 1700s, waffle parties were a popular form of entertainment.
1789: Thomas Jefferson returned from France with a waffle iron, a long-handled patterned griddle that encloses the batter and gives it its characteristic crispness and shape.
1911: The first known photograph is taken of a prototype General Electric waffle iron.
1955: The first Waffle House opened in Avondale Estates, Ga. (a suburb of Atlanta, Ga.). Today, there are more than 1,300 restaurants in 24 states.
1960: Maurice Vermersch debuted the "Brussel waffle" at the Brussels World?s Fair. The Belgian restaurateur decorated these big, yeasty waffles ? his wife?s special recipe ? with whipped cream and strawberries.
1964: Business was so good in Brussels that Vermersch decided to head to New York for the 1964 World?s Fair. In New York, he changed the name of his concoction to the "Belgian Waffle."
2001: Waffle House Restaurants, sellers of more than 442 million waffles in its 46-year history, launches National Waffle Week ? recognizing the world?s greatest concoction of flour, eggs and cream.
what a legacy
WE SHOULD HAVE A WAFFLE PARTY!
like the ones they started having at the end of the 1700's
that would be awesome. a waffle party sounds fun, and very very tasty.
we could have waffle food fights, syrup wrestling, and butter eating contests
I had some Waffles this weekend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i had some pilsbury waffles yesterday for breakfast. they were tasty. and my lil bro makes huges messes with the syrup.
so are those pizzelle (sp?) cookie things like 'light' waffles? or are they just a waffle rip off?
I need waffles.
i desperately need waffles
ill start a foundation!
mclean needs to eat waffles foundation
anyone want to donate?
i'll donate a suggestion. . .
go buy some.
of which i have none
they should make waffles with cookie dough in them!
it would make them tastier when eating them plain
on second thought,
that might be gross
Yeah, but since you have to toast waffles, the cookie dough would cook, too.
So maybe if they made them like toaster strudels where you have that uber extra unbelievably tasty icing in the little pouches...
...except the pouches would be filled with cookie dough. Yum.