Don’t like to cook? Think making dinner is too complicated? Here’s how to solve all your problems: cook everything you can imagine in a waffle iron. Not only is it easy as hell, anything you throw in there eventually becomes waffle shaped deliciousness. Our friends at ChefSteps made waffle dumplings, waffle frozen…
Belgian or American? Square or circle? Electric or stovetop? No more waffling, it’s time to pick your favorite waffle iron.
You don’t need to be a Leslie Knope-level waffle aficionado to get a ton of use out of a good waffle iron. In fact, even if you never make a single waffle, you could still justify owning one just to cook hash browns, churros, mozzarella sticks, 90-second cookies, pre-packaged cinnamon rolls, and even crispy bacon.
There were those who said man would never make it to the moon. They were wrong. There were those who threw up their hands in anguish, saying the large round waffle and the chicken wing could never unite. Wrong again.
Sure, it's just egg. Who cares. Crack 'er in a skillet, let it fry. Why bother caring? It's not like there are better options out there—oh wait, your entire goddamn life just changed. Waffle iron eggs. Yeah.
Nike! I love their shoes, dig their commercials and can't imagine a world where they're not the best athletic gear company around. But it wasn't always like this. They were once the underdog, searching to push the envelope and hoping to find a way to innovate shoes. Nike found their inspiration in the unlikeliest of…
Chris Dimino's waffle-making typewriter may be a few years old now, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't dust it off from time to time (Retromodo!) and encourage someone to help the man get it into geek kitchens the world over.
It's ironic that the poster cat for Apple's Mac OS X Lion is exactly the same image used by a extreme right political party. The stock photo—titled "The King", by Ronnie Howard—was available at Shutterstock and Fotolia, but it has been removed.
You can still find it at Pixmac for $10.66. Just a few minutes after our…
Forget everything you ever thought you knew about waffles. Because Lolly, a waffle maker that produces 9.4-inch waffle cones on a stick, has changed everything. Can I interest you in a wafflesicle? Of course I can.
Pancakes are a pain in the ass to make, but not any more with Batter Blaster. Just spray this organic pancake goo onto a hot skillet and your steamy breakfast is just a couple of minutes away, bacon not included. If you don't mind using
Cheez Whiz Easy Cheese in its spray can, this looks like just about the same…
Maybe it's the Rube Goldberg fan in me, but I always prefer complicated devices to simple solutions—at least with my embedded flash videos.Told you.
I love a good case mod as much as the next guy, but this one is particularly close to my heart. I think my grandma had that waffle iron and the addition of a Mini-ITX mobo, some neon, and TV-out card kind of brings together the best of two worlds—high-tech SFF computing and grandmas. And the makers... so thoughtful!