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Discover great and tasty Belgian Waffle Recipes
Discover great and tasty Belgian Waffle Recipes

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The diner highlights its “Fried Chicken and Waffle,” half a fried chicken and a Belgian Waffle topped with sweet, strawberry butter and served with signature sweet and spicy sauce.
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The base beer is a Belgian-style ale, brewed with blueberries, and favors that mimic waffles. Yes, beer can be anything you want it to be. Red Hare Berry Belgian Waffle will be a 12 ounce can and draft offering. The brewery has not yet announced this beer.
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The French crepe treatment of powdered sugar and lemon lets the lush-but-light nature of the World’s Best Waffles shine through. Honey with squeezes of lime (which you’ll find pancakes topped with in Thailand) is another sweet-and-tart way to go.
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“We live cook them, and then it’s interactive, because people grab the waffle and put them in chocolate fountain,” Tosi says. Sweet Belgium sets up a topping bar so guests can decorate their coated waffles with different kinds of sprinkles.
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How was Bisquick inventend?

Invented in 1930, Bisquick was made popular by executive Carl Smith after he learned that the talented chef on his train car used a homemade biscuit mix that he prepared in bulk to save time during the baking process. The chef’s original mix included flour, salt, baking powder, and lard, which he kept fresh for long periods of time by storing over ice. When it came time to bake them in the morning, the chef simply shaped his biscuits and placed them in the oven, effectively saving time without compromising the fresh taste of his biscuits.

After returning from this business trip encounter, Carl Smith initiated the design of the original Bisquick mix by General Mills. All early stages of product design were kept extremely secret, due to looming fears that other companies would beat GM’s release of the first biscuit in a box. Sold as the perfectly crafted base to a number of baking projects, like Belgian waffles, Bisquick was advertised to “Make Anybody a Perfect Biscuit Maker.”
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Light Belgian Waffles made with Original Bisquick mix can be served as delicious treats with morning coffee or afternoon tea. Just add a drizzle of syrup or melted butter. Try the perfect Bisquick Waffle Recipe!
Bisquick Waffle recipe
Bisquick Waffle recipe
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