I could not choose one for the top of the post today so you all three have the honors. Great job.
Between pancakes and waffles, waffles win everytime for me. I love the crunchy ones sprinkled with confectioner’s sugar. Reminds me of a funnel cake. Yum ! Today I was living the tasters best life. These were sooo good.
Yesterday I was a little worried during the demonstration. It was almost a catastrophe. Let me just tell you that last semester some good intentioned student cleaned the waffle iron a little too good. Not knowing this I poured my waffle batter in there like I always do. Waited the appropriate time. Opened it up and in front of God and everyone was a mess of stuck batter. For a minute there I thought I would faint. I turned this into a “teachable moment” and we had a lesson on seasoning a waffle iron. Using a pastry brush or paper towel coat the waffle iron top and bottom with vegetable oil. Turn on for about 15 minutes. To make the class even better one of my “thinking ahead” students said she thought we should season all 8 of our waffle irons. GREAT IDEA!
So today went without a hitch. What can I say ? But, I have some great students that are loving this cooking.
Here is what they cooked up today.
The Teacher Cooks
6 responses to “Waffles”
I thought the waffles came out great. Cooking in our class is so fun and entertaining.
Thanks for your comment. You are a great student!
i like you waffles is good job
Cooking in our class is so fun.
I never had anything like this ever before in my like… awsome!!!!
I learned by watching the demonstration and reading above, that it is important to always season a Waffle iron before use, so you do not have a mess of stuck batter!
these waffles tasted really good and i learned that if you put to much batter in the cooking pan it will over flow and it is hard to clean .