Okay. I’m sure this looks gross but the avocado rice is much more flavorful today and I love rice and eggs so I hope you can deal with it.
Apparently there is a magical place called Middlesborough where one can get a giant pizza-sized breaded chicken cutlet topped with béchamel-type sauce and massive, massive amounts of cheese. This food of the gods is referred to as a “Parmo.”
variations on marathons, carbs and cheese: a memoir of screens and plates.
I guess I’m rewatching all of Alias. I’m in season 2 already without even trying.
the pizza waffles were a big hit.
I’ve been wanting to do this for a couple weeks. I HAD A VISION. I knew the key to my pizza waffle dream was a twice cooked waffle.
I mixed each batch of pizza waffle batter separately because I like to keep my waffle options open. I mixed diced pepperoni and mozzarella into each batch. (my dream involved sauteed mushrooms but that is for another day)
when the waffle is cooked I set it on a plate to cool for a second, then sliced with a serrated knife, sauced one interior side and added a bit more cheese and peperoni to the other side. sealed it back up and put it back in the waffle iron for one more cooking session.
I wasn’t sure. When I was making them I was thinking, “I think I’d rather go out for really good pizza.” but they were a huge hit. I had to make MANY pizza waffles. It takes three times as long as a regular waffle because you cook it twice and dick around in the middle. I really love dicking around though so I was having a pretty good time. After I was done filling orders I actually got to eat one and it was pretty good.
these were my test pizza waffles. I tried a pepperoni waffle with sauce on plate but my second test worked even better (picture to come)
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Pizza waffles!!! What if any adjustments did you make to the batter?
I did not change my batter. I almost always use the “everyday waffle” recipe that I found in an ancient BHG cookbook. Like me, it can go both ways (sweet or savory) :
1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 eggs (separated)
1 3/4 cups milk
1/2 cup cooking oil
sift dry ingredients into large bowlegg whites separated into small bowl (beat to stiff peaks)egg yolks, milk, & oil mixed in third bowl.pour egg yolk mixture into dry ingredients. stir.fold in egg whites.make waffles.
so. those aren’t in the right order but, I always lead with the cheeseburger. I was collecting the recycling earlier today and donned a ribbon from a box of chocolates. for the thrills. Today’s walk at the park was less walk and more watching Jazz eat grass and then throw up. I think she’s fine-ish. She stole a hamburger bun from the counter. I was just proud of her.
I just have to run the garbage out and then it looks like I got Anon’d hard again. thanks, Anon! I’ll be answering soon.
oh. and the burger and fries were delicious. not pictured: the two beers I had while cooking for humans and canine.
I’m not exactly at my desk but close enough.
I’ve had a headache since 5am. so, I’ve started drinking.
here we go,
ohyeah. I was going to go to the store and buy ginger. I was going to READ the recipe and check the pantry…ohwell.
I only have fusilli
my tahini is old. but it seems fine.
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I don’t have any of the things I need for this recipe. continue on.
even though I could hardly have bungled it more, It was delicious. I like the spiciness of this recipe. I use a cold sesame noodle recipe from a weirdly judgemental 80’s cookbook. I think I’ll end up combining them next time. I knew Murble and I would love it but even UncleDucey ate some.
I’m gonna go roll around in my leggings now.