Posts Tagged ‘waffles’

Mermaids and Unicorns

April 10, 2017

First there were rainbows; multicolored foods such as bagels that took a perfectly good item and made it gimmicy and in my opinion, unappealing. But, what do I know? Those rainbow bagels made The Bagel Store in Brooklyn famous. Rainbow grilled cheese and even a rainbow burger quickly followed.

Just when you thought it was safe to eat foods in the colors that nature made them, the Mermaid and Unicorn trend hit. Similar to the rainbow trend, this go ’round features pastel hues and a more etherial, read: less regimented presentation.

Mermaid Toast:

via Kite Hill Foods

via Geewoonsanne

Unicorn pancakes:

 

via Amy Shock

and waffles:

via justlike_hannah

Breakfast may never be the same again!

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Kitchen Tips Tuesday: Keeping It Crisp

June 21, 2016

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Sunday night, I made chicken and waffles for dinner. With only one waffle iron and six people to feed, I needed to keep them warm, without them getting soggy while I made the balance. I also wanted to fry the chicken before the guests arrived, to avoid them being in the midst of a hot, greasy mess. The secret weapon in this story is a wire rack. 

Placing the food on a wire cooling rack set on top of a baking sheet, allows the heat to circulate, keeping everything hot and crispy. This trick works well for fried foods, potato pancakes, and yes, waffles. Setting the oven at it’s lowest temperature, usually about 200-250 degrees, is the key to keep things warm, while not allowing them to over cook. This is the best way to reheat the leftovers too!

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