German Waffles DSC-0027

German Waffles DSC-0027 - German-Russian Social, Cultural & Heritage History
The waffle maker seen here comes from Russia and was used on top of a wood and coal burning stove and later used in Canada. The lid on the stove was removed and the waffle maker put in its place. The waffle batter mix (flour, sugar, egg, milk or water) was thoroughly mixed and the batter was poured on the hot griddle. The griddle was flipped on the other side to brown nicely on both sides. The lid to the griddle was opened and the finished waffle was removed ready for serving with homemade butter, jam or syrup. “Hummm, good !” (courtesy: photo-Pioneer Museum)
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