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A waffle is a batter- or dough-based cake cooked in a waffle iron patterned to give a distinctive and characteristic shape. There are many variations based on the type and shape of the iron and the recipe used. Waffles are eaten throughout the world, particularly in Belgium and the United States. Common toppings are strawberries, chocolate, sugar, honey, syrups, ice cream, and pieces of other fruits.

Dutch loanwords American cuisine Quick breads Sweet breads Waffles Belgian cuisine Breakfast foods Fast food
Waffle House

Waffle House is a restaurant chain with over 1600 locations found in 25 states in the United States. Most of the locations are in the Southern United States, where the chain remains a regional cultural icon. The northernmost Waffle House is located on State Route 45 just off I-90 in Austinburg, Ohio (near Ashtabula, Ohio). Waffle House is headquartered in unincorporated Gwinnett County, Georgia, near Norcross.

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Ice cream cone

An ice cream cone, poke or cornet is a dry, cone-shaped pastry, usually made of a wafer similar in texture to a waffle, which enables ice cream to be held in the hand and eaten without a bowl or spoon. Various types of ice cream cones include waffle cones, cake cones (or wafer cones), pretzel cones, sugar cones and chocolate-coated cones. A variety of double cone exists that allows two scoops of ice cream to be served side by side.

American desserts British desserts French desserts French cuisine Confectionery British cuisine Ice cream Cuisine of St. Louis, Missouri
Waffle iron

A waffle iron is a cooking appliance used to make waffles. It usually consists of two hinged metal plates, molded to create the honeycomb pattern found on waffles. The iron is heated and batter is poured between the plates, which are then closed to bake the waffle.

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The Waffle

This is about a Canadian political movement. For other uses, please see Waffle (disambiguation).

Socialist parties in Canada Political party factions in Canada New Democratic Party of Canada Political movements in Canada Socialist parties Democratic socialism Political parties established in 1969

Alapalooza is the eighth studio album by "Weird Al" Yankovic, released in 1993. The cover sleeve is a spoof on the movie poster of the hit movie Jurassic Park. The name is a parody of the music festival Lollapalooza. Released after the successful album Off the Deep End, Alapalooza was met with mixed reviews, although it later was certified Gold by the RIAA. The album's first single, "Jurassic Park," was nominated for a Grammy Award for Grammy Award for Best Music Video, Short Form in 1994.

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A stroopwafel is a waffle made from two thin layers of baked batter with a caramel-like syrup filling in the middle. They were first made in Gouda in the Netherlands, in 1784. Large versions are sold in the streets as a snack.

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Eggo is a brand of frozen waffles in the United States, Canada and Mexico, which is owned by the Kellogg Company. Several varieties are available, including Homestyle, blueberry, and chocolate chip. By mid-June 2009, Eggo had a 73% share of the frozen waffle market in the United States.

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Vibram S.p.A. is an Italian company based in Albizzate that both manufactures and licenses the production of Vibram-branded rubber outsoles for footwear. The company is named after its founder, Vitale Bramani. Bramani is credited with inventing the first rubber lug soles for shoes. These soles were first used on mountaineering boots, replacing leather soles fitted with hobnails or steel cleats, commonly used up until then.

Sporting goods manufacturers of Italy Italian inventions Companies established in 1937
Belgian waffle

The Belgian waffle is a type of waffle identified by its larger size, lighter batter and higher grid pattern which forms deep pockets and has larger squares than other types. In Belgium, there are a number of different types of waffle, including the Brussels waffle, the Liège waffle and the stroopwafel; what is known in North America as the "Belgian waffle" is most similar to the Brussels waffle.

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Holy Crap

Holy Crap is the second episode from the second season, a holdover from season 1 of the FOX animated television series Family Guy. It originally aired on September 30, 1999. This episode features Peter's devoutly religious, recently retired father Francis comes to visit, though he is intolerant of the others and makes life miserable the rest of the Griffin family; nevertheless, Peter tries to bond with him, since he had always been neglectful of his son.

Family Guy (season 2) episodes 1999 television episodes
Waffle (speech)

The term waffle, particularly outside the U.S. , denotes language without meaning; blathering, babbling, droning. One might waffle throughout an essay or a presentation, when not having enough material, or needing to fill in time. Etymologists say the term was derived from waff, a 17th-century onomatopoeia for the sound a barking dog makes, similar to the modern woof.

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Pandan waffle

Pandan waffles or as referred to in Vietnamese, Bánh kẹp lá dứa, are different from other waffles because of the use of pandan flavor and coconut milk in the batter. Unlike most waffles, pandan waffles are eaten plain. They are also characterized by their spring green color and browning when cooked. In Vietnam, they are a popular street food made either by heating cast iron molds over charcoal or by an electric waffle iron.

Vietnamese cuisine
Everything on a Waffle

Everything on a Waffle is a 2001 bestselling children's novel, written by Polly Horvath and published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. The book was critically acclaimed and won a variety of awards, including the 2002 Newbery Honor.

2001 novels Novels set in Canada American children's novels Newbery Honor winning works Novels by Polly Horvath
Waffle (BBS software)

Waffle is a bulletin-board system created by Tom Dell which ran under DOS and later UNIX. The software was unique in many ways, including the fact that all of the configuration files were in readable text files, and that it fully supported UUCP on the DOS platform. A Usenet news group named comp. bbs. waffle was created for discussion of the Waffle BBS System. The last version seems to be v1.65. It was possible to link Waffle (under DOS) to Fidonet and WWIV using external gateway utilities.

Network protocols Usenet Bulletin board system software
Waffle Crisp

Waffle Crisp is a breakfast cereal made by Post Cereals, which contains maple syrup-flavored corn cereal bits in a waffle shape. It was first launched in 1996.

Post Foods brands 1996 introductions
Waffle-iron filter

A waffle-iron filter is a type of waveguide filter used at microwave frequencies for signal filtering. It is a variation of the corrugated waveguide filter but with longitudinal slots cut through the corrugations resulting in an internal structure that has the appearance of a waffle-iron. Waffle-iron filters are particularly suitable where both a wide passband, and a wide stopband free of spurious transmission modes, are required. They also have a high power-handling capability.

Microwave technology
Manifesto for an Independent Socialist Canada

The Manifesto for an Independent Socialist Canada was a document drafted by a leftist faction of Canada's New Democratic Party, known as the Waffle, in 1969. When that group briefly left the NDP between 1972 and 1974, it became their party's main programmatic statement. The Manifesto for an Independent Socialist Canada is also known as the Waffle Resolution.

Political manifestos Political history of Canada 1969 in Canada 1969 in politics
Waffle Day

Waffle Day is a tradition that is celebrated in Sweden, and to a lesser extent elsewhere, on March 25. Waffles are typically eaten on this day. The name comes from Vårfrudagen, which in vernacular Swedish sounds almost like Våffeldagen (waffle day). Our Lady's Day is celebrated on March 25 (nine months before Christmas), the Christian holiday of Annunciation, and the Waffle Day is hence celebrated on the same day although it has no religious connections to Our Lady's Day.

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Waffle fabric

Waffle, or sometimes honeycomb fabric is fabric, usually cotton or microfibre, woven in a way which makes it very absorbent. The waffle weave also allows air to flow through the towel so that it dries quickly. Waffle fabrics are made in a range of weights. Waffle fabric is used for cleaning surfaces in industry. The surface of the fabric is textured rather like an edible waffle, hence the name. This texture gives more surface area for absorption and cleaning than a normal flat surface.

Woven fabrics
Waffle (song)

"Waffle" is a 2000 single by musical act Sevendust from their second album Home. A shot of the video is seen in the film Down to Earth. Two different versions of the song exist. One is the version that's on the album, while the other, mixed by Tom Lord-Alge, is the one used as the single. The only truly noticeable difference between the two versions is that the Tom Lord-Alge mix has a smoother drum track. The Tom Lord-Alge mix is the one used on Best of (Chapter One 1997-2004).

2000 singles TVT Records singles Sevendust songs Songs written by Morgan Rose Songs written by Lajon Witherspoon 1999 songs Songs written by Clint Lowery
Wiggly Waffle

Wiggly Waffle is a television program block introduced on August 24, 2009 on PBS Kids Sprout. The show starts at 6.00am Eastern time each weekday morning. Wiggly Waffle debuted in The Wiggles' native Australia on ABC 4 Kids on December 4, 2009, screening at 10.00am to 11.00am.

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Waffle House Index

The Waffle House Index is an informal metric used by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to determine the impact of a storm and the likely scale of assistance required for disaster recovery. The measure is based on the reputation of the Waffle House restaurant chain for staying open during extreme weather and for reopening quickly, albeit sometimes with a limited menu, after very severe weather events such as tornados or hurricanes.

Words coined in the 2010s Hazard scales Federal Emergency Management Agency
Waffle (disambiguation)

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Royal Waffle King

Royal Waffle King is a chain of 24-hour diner-style restaurants located in the southeastern United States. Its competitors include Waffle House, Huddle House, IHOP, and Denny's.

Pancake houses Restaurants in Georgia (U.S. state) Companies based in Atlanta, Georgia Regional restaurant chains in the United States Restaurant chains in the United States
Waffle fries

Waffle fries (also known as "criss-cross fries") are thick slices of potato that are cut into a criss-cross pattern by quarter turning the potato before each slide over a grater. The waffle cut potatoes are then deep fried, and often seasoned. Apart from their shape, unseasoned waffle fries are similar to French fries.

Potato dishes Deep fried foods
Polly Waffle

Polly Waffle was a 50 gram Australian chocolate bar that was manufactured in Australia by Nestlé. It was a waffle wafer tube filled with marshmallow and coated in compound chocolate.

Australian snack foods Australian confectionery Candy bars Nestlé brands
Potato waffle

Potato waffles are a potato-based savoury food in a waffle-like lattice shape. They are common in the UK and Ireland and are also available in some other countries. They are made of potato, oil, and seasonings. They may be baked, grilled, or fried, and are used as a side dish, often together with sausages or bacon, or as a snack food. They are sold frozen and produced by various frozen food companies including Birds Eye and McCain Foods.

Potato dishes Fast food
Howe-Waffle House and Carriage House

Howe-Waffle House and Medical Museum is an 1889 Queen Anne style home in Santa Ana, California. It was the home of Dr. Willella Howe-Waffle, one of the first female physicians in Orange County, California, until her death in 1924.

Houses completed in 1889 Historic house museums in California Houses in Orange County, California Medical museums in the United States Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in California Queen Anne architecture in California Buildings and structures in Santa Ana, California Museums in Orange County, California Carriage houses

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