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Foodbme

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Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 12:14 AM (permalink)
oigetit


I seem to be the only one who likes buttermilk waffles with sausage gravy on top.  Is there anyone else?   Anybody????


Take Heart! You're not alone!
We had a Diner back home in PA that served shredded chicken and gravy on a waffle. Very Good!
In Phoenix, LoLo's Chicken & Waffles serves the " Baby Ray" - 3 pcs of Chicken, smothered with Gravy & Onions, with 2 Waffles for $12.00!
 
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    MellowRoast

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    Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 12:22 AM (permalink)
    Don't know if I could get used to the idea of a sausage gravy waffle. 
     
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      Foodbme

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      Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 12:28 AM (permalink)
      MellowRoast


      Don't know if I could get used to the idea of a sausage gravy waffle. 

      No big deal---If you like Biscuits & Gravy this is it's first Cousin! Just another form of dough. Some scrambled eggs on the side would just top it off.!
       
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        leethebard

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        Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 4:37 AM (permalink)
        While I love sausage and gravy, who'd taste a waffle with that heavy gravy on it????
         
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          Russ Jackson

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          Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 6:49 AM (permalink)
          Sometimes I add cornmeal to the waffle mix instead of some of the flour and add cooked ground sausage, diced jalapeno's and shredded cheddar cheese. This makes a great savory waffle...Russ
           
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            ann peeples

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            Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 9:34 AM (permalink)
            I would definately try sausage gravy on a waffle!!
             
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              Foodbme

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              Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 12:59 PM (permalink)
              leethebard


              While I love sausage and gravy, who'd taste a waffle with that heavy gravy on it????

              Only one way to find out. Give it a try!

               
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                Foodbme

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                Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 1:01 PM (permalink)
                Russ Jackson


                Sometimes I add cornmeal to the waffle mix instead of some of the flour and add cooked ground sausage, diced jalapeno's and shredded cheddar cheese. This makes a great savory waffle...Russ

                 
                Sounds good! Does IHOP & Waffle House know about this??

                 
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                  Michael Hoffman

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                  Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 1:04 PM (permalink)
                  Foodbme


                  Russ Jackson


                  Sometimes I add cornmeal to the waffle mix instead of some of the flour and add cooked ground sausage, diced jalapeno's and shredded cheddar cheese. This makes a great savory waffle...Russ


                  Sounds good! Does IHOP & Waffle House know about this??

                  I wouldn't know about that IHOP place, but I'm sure you could get them to top your waffle with sausage gravy at the Waffle House -- probably with the sausage gravy charge added.

                   
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                    leethebard

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                    Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 2:21 PM (permalink)
                    annpeeples


                    I would definately try sausage gravy on a waffle!!


                    Why not...I'll give it a try!!
                     
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                      boyardee65

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                      Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 3:16 PM (permalink)
                       For the last few years I have been working at a diner that serves Carbon's waffles. We lease the equipment and agree to use only their product. The mix is easy to use and the result is very good. I like to put a couple strips of bacon in the iron after pouring in the batter. Serve with peanut butter, banana, and syrup. You can put anything you want in a waffle as long as you have a nonstick iron. Experiment with different fruits, nuts and meats. 
                       
                        David O.
                       
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                        Foodbme

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                        Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 3:24 PM (permalink)
                        boyardee65


                         For the last few years I have been working at a diner that serves Carbon's waffles. We lease the equipment and agree to use only their product. The mix is easy to use and the result is very good. I like to put a couple strips of bacon in the iron after pouring in the batter. Serve with peanut butter, banana, and syrup. You can put anything you want in a waffle as long as you have a nonstick iron. Experiment with different fruits, nuts and meats. 

                        David O.

                        I went on Carbon's web site. If I owned that company, I'd do consumer packaging and build an Iron for Consumer use. They look good.

                         
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                          Russ Jackson

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                          Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 3:37 PM (permalink)
                          You can buy it on Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/Golden-Malted-Pancake-Waffle-Mix/dp/B000ILEMAU
                          You will want one of these. http://cgi.ebay.com/vintage-heavy-rugged-commercial-cast-iron-waffle-iron-/270656354549?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f046038f5
                           
                          I have bought several for under a $100 on ebay. A little black engine paint and a trip to a local sandblaster. They will clean up like new and last forever. I give them to people as gifts. I have three right now that I use all the time when I cook for my service providers. Make sure you put them on different circuts as they blow breakers....Russ
                          See Post #8 on page 1.
                          <message edited by Russ Jackson on Tue, 11/2/10 3:40 PM>
                           
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                            Foodbme

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                            Re:The Waffle Thread Tue, 11/2/10 4:03 PM (permalink)
                            Russ Jackson


                            You can buy it on Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/Golden-Malted-Pancake-Waffle-Mix/dp/B000ILEMAU
                            You will want one of these. http://cgi.ebay.com/vintage-heavy-rugged-commercial-cast-iron-waffle-iron-/270656354549?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f046038f5

                            I have bought several for under a $100 on ebay. A little black engine paint and a trip to a local sandblaster. They will clean up like new and last forever. I give them to people as gifts. I have three right now that I use all the time when I cook for my service providers. Make sure you put them on different circuts as they blow breakers....Russ
                            See Post #8 on page 1.

                            Doggoneit! They beat me to it! There's also some new, reasonably priced heavy duty waffle irons on that Amazon page.
                             
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