Waffles: From Morning to Midnight

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HarperCollins, Dec 24, 1997 - Cooking - 208 pages
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Dorie Greenspan, author of Baking with Julia and Pancakes, has stepped back into the kitchen to whip up a waffle cookbook. One flip through this book and you'll want your waffle iron at the ready from morning to midnight, working through the chapters to turn out "eye-openers" like the universally loved Blueberry-Yogurt Waffles (shown on the front cover and excerpted here); lunch specials as luscious as Zucchini-Cheddar Waffles; PB&J Waffles, just for kids; Cilantro Waffle Chips that serve as dippers for Chunky Guacamole; luscious Spicy Ricotta Waffles with Grilled Pepper Strips dressed for dinner; and an assortment of finishers, like Gingerbread Ice-Cream Hearts with a frosty vanilla ice-cream filling, and Triple Apple Waffles that are bound to become favorites for family meals and high-spirited entertaining.

Dorie Greenspan offers a volume chock-full of sassy, informative headnotes, practical advice for serving and storing, and recipes that are rich, fabulous, and absolutely foolproof.

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About the author (1997)

Food writer Dorie Greenspan trained and worked as a pastry chef. She is the author of several critically acclaimed cookbooks including Baking With Julia. Her recipes and articles have appeared in The New York Times, Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, and Elle.

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