Will It Waffle? The Answer, Of Course, Is Yes.

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The angle: Put your waffle maker to work!

Recipes for right now: Waffled Ham and Cheese Melt, Classic Waffleburger, Waffled Macaroni and Cheese, Waffled Tamale Pie, Zucchini Parmesan Flattened Fritters, Waffled Mochi, Waffled Banana Bread, S’moreffles

Who would enjoy this book? Anyone looking for more reasons to pull out their waffle maker (or justification for buying one), college students, parents.

Quick Facts

Who wrote it: Daniel Shumski

Who published it: Workman

Number of recipes: 53

Other highlights: You might be tempted to dismiss this as a gimmick, but for the love of waffles, do not. There are so many genuinely clever and creative ways to cook with your waffle maker in this book, from quickly crisping some bacon to making crispy kale snacks and everything in between. I particularly love the recipes that take advantage of the waffle maker’s surface area and supreme crisping capabilities, like a waffled version of bibimbap and another for tamale pie. As both a waffle lover and an egg lover, I am also very intrigued by the idea of frying eggs on my waffle maker — the lacy, waffled edges are triggering my “Oooh, pretty! Must make now!” reaction.

Find the book at your local library, independent bookstore, or Amazon: Will It Waffle? by Daniel Shumski

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