Lassik


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Nate650 wrote:I'm actually not a fan of low fat anything and follow traditional recipes. I didn't get any sticking but it would just be easier if the plates were removable so they can be submerged in some soap and water.



Yeah I have a rice cooker with a lid that can't be removed. Now that is annoying...

They say I have Attention Deficit Disorder but i don't th.... Ohh look a kitty!

gtneher


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Even cheaper at Costco just 2 days ago. I think $39 or $49. And they will return anything even after years.

galalefey


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So, this only makes belgians, huh?

For a long time I thought I didn't like home-made waffles and only liked frozen instants, because I like my waffles very crispy, not fluffy. And then I realized it was just that I don't like Belgians. So now my Amazon wishlist has a classic waffle-maker, for the day I have counterspace and cash for it.

Woot, could you humor a girl someday with a classic waffle-maker?

digitaleagle


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narquespamley wrote:That's a lot of money for a waffle iron. And don't we already all have "omelette makers", i.e. frying pans?



This waffle iron is worth every penny you pay for it. We have had many others before but this one makes waffles better than any appliance we have ever owned. The main reason for it is the temperature that it heats at. It is much higher than the cheaper brands. This makes perfect, (crisp on the outside, soft on the inside waffles) and is very easy to clean with a quick wipe down of the plates after it cools down.

I highly recommend it.

chardonay


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Next week on Woot... waffle makers that only make waffles not omelets... for those people that already own frying pans

What Contemptible Scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch??

julianowens


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I have a waffle house across the street. They make my eggs and waffles and bring it to me on a plate fresh while I sit down and read my newspaper.

ThunderThighs


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chardonay wrote:Next week on Woot... waffle makers that only make waffles not omelets... for those people that already own frying pans


Smarty pants.



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jrisken


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Anyone who makes an omelet using one of these things deserves the dry characterless concoction that he gets. The only sensible way to make an omelet is to pour a film of two or three beaten eggs into the bottom of a 10 inch pan over medium heat, swirl the pan and lift the edges of the mixture as it firms up to let the runny part get next to the pan, add ingredients while the top layer is still slightly moist, then fold the omelet in half.

Johnny Boy

ecoast


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I want this so bad but already have these the Waring Pro WMK300A Belgian Waffle makers at both houses. They have worked flawlessly for years.

If you are not going to take the time to make yeast waffles, get Golden Malted All Natural Mix from Amazon. Most hotels use this mix.

balletto


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jollyrajr wrote:But, yeah.. Any reasonably healthy waffle type things?



Try a waffle recipie w/ club soda:
http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,185,159187-255200,00.html

Juliegagne


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pantardovski wrote:Why not? Refrigerators have only been around for so long. At the worst the milk sours i.e. takes the first step to becoming yogurt, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Just overnight though there's little chance you'd notice anything different (unless it's mid-summer and/or you're using raw milk).



And since you do not add eggs till next morning there isn't actually a real risk with that recipe (again unless using raw milk) the yeast will even slow the "spoilage" and yogurt is made by keeping milk @ 110° overnight with active yogurt cultures. Although the argument about refrigerators not existing is a bad one considering as many as 1 in 12 people used to die from food related illnesses. Although admittedly that was usually due to dehydration after long bouts of food poisoning.

KATANARYDA


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ROFL WAFFEL

w00ten since 7/24/04 and still no Boggy Old Creature ಠ_ಠ

joecooool


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Had one and worked great for about a year. Then it didn't.

kwkilcoyne


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chardonay wrote:Next week on Woot... waffle makers that only make waffles not omelets... for those people that already own frying pans


OK... but does it need to be a Woot! frying pan?

kwkilcoyne


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Juliegagne wrote:And since you do not add eggs till next morning there isn't actually a real risk with that recipe (again unless using raw milk) the yeast will even slow the "spoilage" and yogurt is made by keeping milk @ 110° overnight with active yogurt cultures. Although the argument about refrigerators not existing is a bad one considering as many as 1 in 12 people used to die from food related illnesses. Although admittedly that was usually due to dehydration after long bouts of food poisoning.


If it worries ya, let it stay in the fridge overnight. But it won't develop as much flavor. I've been making these for years without incident (and am also a bread baker).

essay2u


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chardonay wrote:Next week on Woot... waffle makers that only make waffles not omelets... for those people that already own frying pans



love

essay2u


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ah-mazing. the sh-t on a shingle comment sticks, but the earlier posts about missing the old woot and down with amazon are gone!!!

for what they pay you discussion moderators to erase all traces of honest comments, woot could afford to accept and process returns. Hardy Har Har on you! t-10 minutes till this message self-destructs... or is taken down by THE MAN!!!!!

edit: har-de har har actually said s-h-a-m-e. this comment thread is worse than my phone's auto-correct

mkentosh


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The guy that invented this and the guy that invented the Wonder Bra should receive the Nobel Peace Prize

ROGETRAY


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essay2u wrote:ah-mazing. the sh-t on a shingle comment sticks, but the earlier posts about missing the old woot and down with amazon are gone!!!

for what they pay you discussion moderators to erase all traces of honest comments, woot could afford to accept and process returns. Hardy Har Har on you! t-10 minutes till this message self-destructs... or is taken down by THE MAN!!!!!

edit: har-de har har actually said s-h-a-m-e. this comment thread is worse than my phone's auto-correct



IT WASN'T US MAN! We had a complication today where a bunch of spotlights on today's sale were deleted. We didn't even notice until this afternoon and notified other staff members.


essay2u


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ROGETRAY wrote:IT WASN'T US MAN! We had a complication today where a bunch of spotlights on today's sale were deleted. We didn't even notice until this afternoon and notified other staff members.



I smell a COVER-UP!!!

Wait.... Is someone knocking at the door?!? Is that a tinted van in my driveway?!? Why is my phone line suddenly dead?

Phew. Time to turn off Bourne Ultimatum....

sjmoll


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ckeilah wrote:I like this one from sellout.woot.com http://sellout.woot.com/offers/waring-professional-belgian-waffle-maker for $39.99.

Remember though, Waring is owned by CONair, which has proven time and again to live down to its name "con", and leave the sucker holding a dud product with no customer service.

Luckily, I haven't needed customer service on the Waring Belgian waffle maker, and have developed an amazing waffle recipe.

If you don't want to get "fat, fat, fat fat FAAAAAUUUT!" http://flic.kr/p/7ZqMfp
, don't eat waffles *every day*. ;-)



How about sharing the recipe? There's plenty of low-cal ones referenced, but you're the only one to reference an amazing one...

starmanbackwards


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wife says that waffles can be made with BOTH sides as opposed to one side omelet and the other waffles..

I say NO...which one is correct?

Sorry but i have not seen that mentioned

I want a quality DOUBLE waffle maker...top and bottom.

farley999


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gtneher wrote:Even cheaper at Costco just 2 days ago. I think $39 or $49. And they will return anything even after years.



Is this helpful ?

luke975


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Johnnys13 wrote:I'ts a traaaaap!

http://www1.macys.com/shop/product/waring-wom600bksa-waffle-omelet-maker?ID=801231&PseudoCat=se-xx-xx-xx.esn_results



it's the wrong model!

I always did like yardsales.