RE: wafels and dinges truck (with pics)
There is a word in both German and Dutch language, ding, that translates into thing. So, I think you can safely think of the business as "Waffles and Things".
The waffles look great and I am looking forward to trying one. I am still trying to find a Brussels waffle that is exactly the same as those "Belgian" waffles sold at several booths scattered around the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair. I once saw a concession at the New York State Fair in Syracuse selling Belgian Waffles that I passed by after trying so many waffles over the years that just did not come close to the original. I later learned the concession was operated by one of the people at the 1964-1965 NYWF. Because the waffles were made in booths like you see at street fairs, most of the ingredients were stored in plain sight. Since my parents were friends with a lot of retail bakers back then and I got into the back of many bakeries, I noticed the ingredients were of the sort that came from the baking ingredient supplies such as Inter-County Bakers and Otto Brehm. The dairy products must have all been fresh milk and cream, as the empty five gallon stainless steel containers were stored in the booth awaiting pickup. You could see the big sacks of confectioners (powdered) sugar, etc. The strawberries were fresh (whole berries were stored in the booth), as was the whipped cream. No Reddi-Whip. In short, they were prepared from scratch. I fear that if Wafels & Dinges serves a waffle as currently prepared in Brussels, I may not like it as much as the ones from Flushing Meadow.