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Hey everyone! I sandwich PB&J and a fried egg between two waffles for breakfast and occasionally I'll drizzle melted chocolate on crispy french fries. I'm weird, but hey, I eat what I like. Hope to find some good ideas on these forums!

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hello socalj,  my favorite is pecan waffle sandwiches...

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kitchentalk, I don't think I've ever had pecan waffles, let alone pecan waffle sandwiches! What do they include?

post #5 of 6

  happy 4th of july!  pecan waffle sandwiches, mouthwatering...  make 2 waffles, adding chopped pecans to the batter.  make the sandwich with hot slices of country ham.  also too, would you like my waffle taco recipe to try?  blue cheese fries?  get back with me, i am new too and would like to get new ideas a well.  thx, kitchen talk  

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Ha! Sounds delish, I'll definitely give them a try. I'm actually making some candied pecans right now, so maybe I'll throw a few in waffles tomorrow for brunch.I would LOVE the recipe for blue cheese fries! I'm a sucker for blue cheese, roquefort, gorgonzola, etc.

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