Author(s): Tara Duggan
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Breakfast isn't the only time to make good use of your waffle iron. Who can resist the aroma of freshly baked waffles? Morning, noon and night, waffles smell delicious. However there is widespread misconception that waffles can only be eaten for breakfast. Thanks to this revised edition of Waffles you can create and serve up phenomenal waffle dishes all day long.
With 40+ classic as well as creative recipes, such as chicken & waffles, waffle sandwiches, and waffle sundaes, this new, beautifully designed and deliciously photographed book will help you satisfy savory and sweet cravings throughout the day.
A classic never goes out of style. Do you love watching with anticipation as thick pats of butter melt into the indentations, before pouring sticky-sweet maple syrup over the top? Find numerous classic breakfast recipes to start your day off right.
Lunchtime just got less boring. Upgrade your lunch from bland-to-bomb with savory spins on PB&J and BLT sandwiches.
Breakfast for dinner is always a good idea. But you could also try waffles stuffed with cheese and spinach or sweet corn and roasted red peppers.
Satisfy your sweet tooth. With decadent chocolate or fruit-filled waffles topped with scoops of ice cream, toasted nuts and more, your dessert possibilities are endless.
Each recipe includes easy-to-follow instructions for standard or Belgian waffle makers. Some can even be made in a stove top Hong Kong-style waffle maker with delicious results. Customize any meal with lists of batters and toppings to mix and match. You'll have plenty of inspiration for every occasion and any time of day.
Tara Duggan is a James Beard Foundation Award-winning food journalist and cookbook author. She wrote Her books include Root to Stalk Cooking: The Art of Using the Whole Vegetable (Ten Speed, 2013), The Blue Bottle Craft of Coffee (Ten Speed, 2012), The Working Cook and Waffles. The Working Cook was based on her column of the same name in The San Francisco Chronicle, where she was a staff food writer for 10 years. Tara has published work in the New York Times, Food&Wine, Sunset, Chicago Tribune, Denver Post, Toronto Star, Shape and California. Erin Kunkel is an award-winning food and lifestyle photographer who works around the world, and calls the foggy outerlands of San Francisco home. When she's not behind the camera, she can be found gardening, cooking, and dreaming of warm-water surf spots.