Poll: Waffle House: great food?
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#11
Here's something on the Waffle House Index, as used by FEMA.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nati...641145001/


(05-04-2018, 11:18 PM)Zedta Wrote:  Now, this is more like it: " with red eye gravy as a savoury side dish. Some people like them with just butter and a bit of salt" and mix in some fried eggs or scrambled even, YUMMY!! Smile

You can also throw in a pinch of Jack Daniels when cooking them. The booze gets cooked out, leaving the flavor.
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(05-04-2018, 11:18 PM)Zedta Wrote: As voice from the south, you speak Yankee heresy: "cognoscenti of the American South, are a delicious dish of ground hominy (kernels of corn 'dehulled' by soaking in lye), which can be served with milk and sugar as a porridge" OMG!! Horror of horrors!!! Cry


 Now, this is more like it: " with red eye gravy as a savoury side dish. Some people like them with just butter and a bit of salt" and mix in some fried eggs or scrambled even, YUMMY!! Smile

LOL I grew up in a town settled by Virginians and South Carolinians. The towns (there were originally two, Marysville and Palmetto) almost ceased to exist in 1861 when the men all went home to fight off the Yankee invaders in the War of Northern Aggression. I grew up eating 'Southern' food before I knew it was Southern. I didn't say I ate them that way, just that they can be eaten that way.
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#13
Scrambled eggs w/ cheese; Cinnamon Raisin toast and Hash Browns (scattered smothered and covered)  Bestest breakfast ever.

 Miss going there.
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#14
I think they have a really good patty melt.
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#15
As my best friend in the eighties and nineties suffered from Crohn's disease, we would frequently visit, whether it was after one of my band's shows or going to see someone else's act, as he had to get the next part of his 5,000 calories a day in. Loved it then. These days, with celiac disease, it's been over a decade since I've been. If it weren't for CD, I'd probably take the Terminally Cute One and the midgets there repeatedly.
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#16
I saw this, and I think they’re on to something:

http://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/2018/0...ering.html
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#17
Been to waffle House once, place was great.
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#18
                                       I'm an IHOP man myself.
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#19
I remember the first time I had one of their waffles, it blew my mind how it tasted like a waffle cone.
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(08-19-2018, 10:19 PM)Eric F Wrote:                                        I'm an IHOP man myself.

Commie.  ;)
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