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Old 12-30-06, 02:36 PM   #1
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why am I so bad at making waffles?

I mean I followed the directions and all, and when I try and pick it out of the waffle maker it breaks apart. I ended up with a pile of crumbly waffles.

Looks delicious huh :

And this is buckwheat and not your bisquick, heh.
I chug on some sugar free syrup and im ready to go

It tasted really good though. Even the cat wanted a abite.

And i just finished up with a quart of skim milk.
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Old 12-30-06, 02:42 PM   #2
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You should sell those.

You might end up like the guy who invented funnel cake.
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Old 12-30-06, 02:42 PM   #3
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You should sell those.

You might end up like the guy who invented funnel cake.
+1

An ebay cash cow, for sure.
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Old 12-30-06, 02:46 PM   #4
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An ebay cash cow, for sure.
First he needs to come up with a name for them.

Waffle Piles?

You could make it all 1337: \/\/@FF13 PY13Z!!!1
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Old 12-30-06, 02:48 PM   #5
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First he needs to come up with a name for them.

Waffle Piles?

You could make it all 1337: \/\/@FF13 PY13Z!!!1
Another name for a bad waffle....how about Kerry Kakes?
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First he needs to come up with a name for them.

Waffle Piles?

You could make it all 1337: \/\/@FF13 PY13Z!!!1
Lol, that is 1337.

Dunno what to tell you EJ other than you got p0wn3d by the VV@FF13Z0R

What recipe did you use?
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Next time im using bisquick.
I used what was on the back of the buckwhat mix thing. I think it:
1 egg
tablespoon: honey and canola oil
one cup of: buckwheat and milk, and that's it.
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Another name for a bad waffle....how about Kerry Kakes?


Winner.

Now we need a package.

Anyone pwn at Photoshop?
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Next time im using bisquick.
Bisquick?

That's like, the AWP of baking stuff.

You might as well buy a box of Eggo's and camp if you're going to use Bisquick.
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Next time im using bisquick.
I used what was on the back of the buckwhat mix thing. I think it:
1 egg
tablespoon: honey and canola oil
one cup of: buckwheat and milk, and that's it.
Hmm, weird. Maybe some baking powder would help (about a tsp)
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The batter was pretty liquidy though. Ill try that baking powder next time.
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The batter was pretty liquidy though. Ill try that baking powder next time.
and maybe slightly less milk or more flour.
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Old 12-30-06, 03:12 PM   #13
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Make sure you use a good nonstick spray, preferably butter flavored, that'll help too!
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- skip waffles and make a good no-fail (works every time) coffee cake:

1 1/2 C flour
6 TBLS sugar
1 1/2 TSP baking powder
1/4 TSP salt
1/3 C shortening
ground cinnamon
handful sliced almonds
1 egg
1/2 TSP vanilla
1/2 C milk
1/2 C brown sugar
3 TBLS butter

- preheat oven to 425F

1. mix flour, sugar, salt, baking powder (i also add a TSP of cinnamon)
2. cut in shortening, mix until shortening is pea-sized
3. add almonds (or pecans)
4. whisk egg, milk, and vanilla
5. add egg, milk, vanilla to flour, etc., then stir
6. microwave butter, brown sugar and cinnamon (i use at least a TBLSP) for a minute, stir
7. place flour, egg mixture in 9" round pan
8. drizzle butter, brown sugar, cinnamon onto and/or through mixture in pan
9. bake 20 min or until toothpick is dry when inserted

- let cool, then enjoy!
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use a waffle mix. it's different from pancake mix, but don't ask me how. if my kid can master it, you, too, certainly can!
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Old 12-30-06, 04:12 PM   #16
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Bisquick?

That's like, the AWP of baking stuff.

You might as well buy a box of Eggo's and camp if you're going to use Bisquick.
***cough*** BULLSH!T***cough***

I make some wicked good pancakes using Bisquick... and some other ingredients
Their recipe Biscuits are pretty damb good too. It's all in the skilz.

So just hush you mouf wen joo be dissin' on da Bizquic, jahea?
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***cough*** BULLSH!T***cough***

I make some wicked good pancakes using Bisquick... and some other ingredients
Their recipe Biscuits are pretty damb good too. It's all in the skilz.

So just hush you mouf wen joo be dissin' on da Bizquic, jahea?
If you had skills j00 wouldn't need "da Bizquic."
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Oh trust me sweet cheeks, I don't 'need' Bisquick. I can whoop-azz from scratch wit the best of them, any day all day long. It's called working smarter, not harder.

Now that I've given you my culinary secrets, I'm afraid I'll have to take you out back and kill you.
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The best pancakes is when the inside is still hot liquidy batter!
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The best pancakes is when the inside is still hot liquidy batter!
Just get some fresh jelly donuts.
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Make sure you use a good nonstick spray, preferably butter flavored, that'll help too!
This is what I was going to suggest too.

Bisquick is awesome. You can make so much stuff with it. Muffins, Biscuits, Waffles, Pancakes, etc... I won't eat homemade pancakes unless they're made with Bisquick.
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You gotta try mine!
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Ok. Pancake Party at Stacey's!!!
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Blue Monkeys anyone?
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Well the problem was that the inside wouldnt get hot and be sturdy. The outside hardened pretty nicely.
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