Thursday, January 01, 2015

When Waffles go to the Dark Side


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  1. Ah crap! Yes, that does happen!

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    1. It's all part of the fun of writing food. Loved your Monster, very cool.

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  2. Now I would eat those.

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  3. Ah, sadness...

    Happy New Year!

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    1. Great to see you. When are you coming back to blogging?

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  4. Happy New Year, Ivy and Tim! I hope 2015 is an awesome year for you!

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    1. Happy New Year to you and your Rare one. Thanks for stopping by and boogie boogie.

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  5. Ooops. My friend found out she shouldn't cook them ahead and keep them warm in the oven. You end up with bricks! Haha! :)

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    1. Your email waffle story was pretty darn good. Thanks for sharing, hope your Buckeyes, won.

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  6. Oh no, hate when these things happen.

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    1. How went your first day of the year?

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  7. Holy moly...tragedy! Happy New Year, Wonder Woman! I wish you and hubby a great year ahead :)

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    1. For you and your honey bunny, too. Do you know, even though I had the house clean, I still managed to make a mess today. But that's okay, it's all great fun.

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  8. The dogs will eat 'em!!!

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  9. I thought the dark side had cookies... Not burnt waffles.

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  10. Ah, so the kitchen goddess make mistakes sometime too. Don't feel quite so bad now ...

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    1. If only I had grabbed the camera for that terrible sticky one.

      PS. Valentine dog biscuits came out too soft, but the pups didn't mind. Hope you had fun meeting up with your friend.

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  11. Everything I cook goes to the dark side....

    Happy New Year, Ivy!

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    1. Oh no.

      Thanks, Norma - You too.

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  12. Oh dear....oh well....la te dah!
    Happy 2015!
    Cheers my friend...
    Linda :o)

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  13. Well, you just add more margarine and maple syrup, that handles the slightly crispy side of things!

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    1. Nothing a little good real maple can't cover up, eh?

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  14. Back when Palpatine was a mere waffle chef

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  15. That is normal for me. Just take a knife and scrape off the burnt.

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    1. Over the sink, scrape, scrape, scrape.

      I never saw that show you were talking about today. But I've seen it on the Netflix list.

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  16. I would have eaten them anyways.
    nom nom nom.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. I tried but noooooo, good. The formula I wrote for that one, just didn't work, on many levels.

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  17. Hey, get out of my kitchen! ;)

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  18. Okay, without reading any other comments before writing this I'll confess I like burnt toast so I'm probably going to be a Dark Side gal for this one. Yum! Dripping with real maple syrup to boot - Heaven, can you say Heaven…. I'm giggling so bad I just spit beer. hahahahahhahahah

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    1. Dark Side Gals, we could start a group. Loved your art work and your daughters. So much talent.

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  19. Just a little blackened:)

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  20. Darth Vaffles. ;-)

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    1. Yes! My Star Wars lovin' friend gave me that post title.

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