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2004/06/22 15:42:32 (permalink)

cheeze waffles

i just ate a bag of them1 i guess you either love or hate them especcially with that man made cheese stuff inside, they were origionally made by olde london, does anybody know if they made any other snack foods?
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/06/22 16:26:59 (permalink)
    I used to love those things but never see them anymore... is the stuff inside the same thing that is in the mac and cheese cheap box stuff as the cheese? when i was a kid we used to live in a town where there was a place that made that cheese stuff and i used to eat it on crackers when my neighbor (who worked at the factory) would give it to us every few months or so...olde london also makes melba toast I think....
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/06/23 12:08:15 (permalink)
    I really like those but you can't find them very often. There is only one brand and my grocery store has them only sometimes. Last week though, I found some pretzel sandwiches-Small like the waffle sandwiches with a cheese mixture inside-very creamy and very good.
    They are made by Snyders of Hanover. Try them if you can find them-they are even better than the cheese waffles.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/06/23 13:04:56 (permalink)
    yes they still have the same stuff inside, i get them locally in ne penna, i will try and find out who make them
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/06/23 13:10:41 (permalink)
    Cheese Waffies! My gosh, I haven't thought about them in quite some time; I used to really love them. I know that you can get them in the Philly area, so will try to get some when I'm visiting my Dad and (hopefully!) partaking the Philly Cheesesteak toure the end of July. Sometimes things that you liked as a kid/young adult you no longer like later in life. Sometimes it's because your tastes have changed, but sometimes it's because the way the product is made has changed. [:P] I should probably try to contain myself to the small bag because if I still like em, there'll be no holding me back from eating the entire bag.

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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/06/28 17:51:12 (permalink)
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    Cheese Waffies! My gosh, I haven't thought about them in quite some time; I used to really love them. I know that you can get them in the Philly area, so will try to get some when I'm visiting my Dad and (hopefully!) partaking the Philly Cheesesteak toure the end of July. Sometimes things that you liked as a kid/young adult you no longer like later in life. Sometimes it's because your tastes have changed, but sometimes it's because the way the product is made has changed. [:P] I should probably try to contain myself to the small bag because if I still like em, there'll be no holding me back from eating the entire bag.
    i get a bag every now and then. they still taste the same i think.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/06/28 18:54:06 (permalink)
    Here is the Old London website that lists all their products, including the Cheddar Waffles: http://www.oldlondonmelba.com/products/products.html
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/06/29 00:55:12 (permalink)
    The original Cheez Waffies are still produced by Wise Foods, Inc: www.wisesnacks.com
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/07/01 11:17:34 (permalink)
    Cheez Waffies are one of my guilty pleasures. That salty, grainy fake cheese! Those fried waffle bits! Mmm. Most people I know think they're disgusting, but not me.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/07/01 11:38:13 (permalink)
    I would be one of those who say . They reminded me of flavored chalk gone wrong...sorry.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/07/02 18:07:11 (permalink)
    Add me to the list of Cheez Waffle lovers.. something about cheez with a Z !
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/07/11 02:02:04 (permalink)
    Cheez Waffles. I buy a bag (at least) whenever I'm in the Philadelphia area. Used to be one of my Dad's favorite snacks. I seem to remember, as a kid, that they used to be sold packaged in a tube, not unlike the pringles of today. Or am I remembering things that just aren't so.... Not exactly cheese but once you've had 'em you'll be hooked. JAMESB
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/08/18 09:16:13 (permalink)
    Hi!

    I'm interested in purchasing some of these cheese waffies but when I go to www.wisefoods.com I get a whole bunch of debug errors in IE6.0. Is there a store that would be willing to ship them to me for less than 3.00 a bag? I could buy a dozen of them at a time if that's what it takes. Anybody willing to help a guy out in Texas. They're not available here.

    Thanks,
    Peter

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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/09/22 14:36:34 (permalink)
    I can send you as many Cheez Waffies as you like 10 at a time for $3.00 a bag!
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    Hi!

    I'm interested in purchasing some of these cheese waffies but when I go to www.wisefoods.com I get a whole bunch of debug errors in IE6.0. Is there a store that would be willing to ship them to me for less than 3.00 a bag? I could buy a dozen of them at a time if that's what it takes. Anybody willing to help a guy out in Texas. They're not available here.

    Thanks,
    Peter


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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/09/22 15:04:51 (permalink)
    Thanks, but I was hoping to get them at a more reasonable cost. there is a specialty foods website that has them for that price already.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/09/22 17:56:07 (permalink)
    I will check the price at Kroger tonight, and let you know the cost.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/09/22 18:54:49 (permalink)
    The local Giant market has them. They are made by Wise and are $2.00 a bag. Not much in each bag but I like them so it is worth it to me. You either like them or not. Something about that fake cheese! I guess it brings back the memories of being a kid.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/09/22 19:07:21 (permalink)
    Oh, OK. I didn't realize that they were that expensive in the stores. I think the last time I bought some they were something like .69. Well, is there anyone out there willing to go buy a case of them and ship them off to me? I can use paypal or check or money order. Im just interested in getting some and I can't find them around here.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/09/22 21:22:12 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by marcbla

    i just ate a bag of them i guess you either love or hate them especially with that man made cheese stuff inside, they were originally made by olde london, does anybody know if they made any other snack foods?


    After reading this thread, I had to look when I went for my exciting almost nightly trip to the local food store...I found them...and like them! I always thought they were Cheez Waffles (with an L) but as I read the bag, noted they are actually Waffies (with an I).

    I am feeling enlightened...and a bit full after killing the whole bag at one sitting!

    To the guy looking for a case...I usually see the Wise distributer when I stop for coffee in the AM...I'll ask if he can get me a whole case, and how much it would be and get back to you.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/09/22 23:01:07 (permalink)
    Awesome, Thanks!
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/09/28 16:06:59 (permalink)
    Haven't seen the wise man since I said I check with him. I haven't forgotten about this though.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/09/28 16:34:43 (permalink)
    Thanks!
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/09/28 17:26:45 (permalink)
    I remember them being packaged in a cardboard tube when I was a kid.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/09/29 08:40:36 (permalink)
    I am pining away for a "fresh" cheese waffie, oh, woe is me.

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    RE: cheeze waffles 2004/10/06 21:16:42 (permalink)
    quote:
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    I am pining away for a "fresh" cheese waffie, oh, woe is me.


    Update. Finally met the Wise guy...it seems he added some stops to his route, which is why his stop and my coffee stop have not been coinciding. He said the Cheez Waffies are a hit or miss deal. He gets them on occasion, but more often than not, they are not available. He said he'd keep me in mind and grab an extra box when he can, and hopefully we'll run into each other. I'll let you know when I get them, if you are still interested we'' work something out...otherwise I will just have to eat them myself.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2006/01/24 23:55:13 (permalink)
    A few weeks ago Wise Snacks Cheese Waffies dissappeared from the snack isle of the local Jewel Food Store here in Chicago. This past weekend the shelves were aplenty with the new Jay's Cheese Wheels they are exactly the same in look and taste, and even come in a bright orange foil bag. Wonder if Jay's bought the recipe from Wise.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2006/01/30 22:05:20 (permalink)
    Yes. I loved those bright orange "waffies". I also sorta remember a "blue cheese" variety..I think....
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2006/03/29 19:47:48 (permalink)
    I can't believe it! Cheese waffie lovers. still alive.
    I was in Valpariso, Indiana last weekend and found Jay's Cheese Wheels in a bag for 99 cents. They looked just like Cheese Waffies, so I gambled and bought a bag. Boy, they sure tasted like I remembered. That is how I found this site. typed Jay's Cheese Wheels in Yahoo search.
    Sooooooooo, cool. Last time I found actual Cheese Waffies was 4 years ago in Valpariso. I'm looking for a local distributor for Jay's.
    Anyway ...was just excited.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2006/03/29 20:00:26 (permalink)
    ok, sorry, guess I wasn't done. I found the list of distributors for Jay's in case you want to get Cheese wheels instead.
    http://www.jaysfoods.com/distribution.asp
    closest for me davenport,iowa.
    sorry texas.
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    RE: cheeze waffles 2006/04/14 21:09:45 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by chicagostyledog

    The original Cheez Waffies are still produced by Wise Foods, Inc: www.wisesnacks.com


    We they not also made by Guy's, before they were bought out by Borden's/Wise foods??
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