Belgian waffle irons - waffles are the ultimate comfort food

Written by Tracye Gano

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Withrepparttar Chef’s Choice Waffle Pro you can dial in how done you want your waffles whether you like them golden brown with a crisp exterior or a deep baked uniform texture this waffle iron can take care of it. Commercial waffle irons today also come with a non-stick surface making removal much easier than those first waffle irons.

With Waffle Exotica you are no longer limited to a round or square waffle. Waffle Exotica offers such fun shapes as hearts and your favorite cartoon characters. The Belgian Waffler and Multi-Baker, comes with a Belgian waffle iron and three other interchangeable plates a flat griddle and ribbed grill for vegetables, fish and meats.

Whatever you’re personal preference waffles smothered in warm butter and hot syrup is a great way to start any day.

Tracye Gano is an accomplished freelance writer and designer. Find more of her articles at: Kitchens-4u

The Best Georgia Restaurant!

Written by Ed Williams

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Italian Reuben - This was my lunch choice on Sunday. There are few sandwiches that I love more than a Reuben, and I’ve eaten some wonderful versions during my lifetime, but I can tell you y’all thatrepparttar Reuben they make atrepparttar 146909 Corkscrew isrepparttar 146910 best I‘ve ever had. They use salami, mozzarella cheese, grilled onions, and honey mustard slipped between some heavenly sour dough bread to create this masterpiece. It was so good that I even toldrepparttar 146911 people inrepparttar 146912 audience at our show to go over and try one. To my amazement, some did.

Eggplant Mascapone - Even if you hate eggplant, you’ll love this. Just trust me and order it.

Folks, it’s not justrepparttar 146913 food that makes this place great. Rob and Coleen Rotunno run it, and they damn well know what they’re doing. They’re sort of likerepparttar 146914 Ric Flair of restaurateurs, they’re on top ofrepparttar 146915 mountain withrepparttar 146916 Georgia restaurant championship firmly in hand. The dining experience they’ve created atrepparttar 146917 Corkscrew is great, although I would caution y’all to be ready to wait awhile to be seated if you don’t phone ahead for reservations. It’s small, intimate, and blends justrepparttar 146918 right combination of a formal and casual dining experience together. You might very well see someone dressed up in a suit sitting right next to someone dressed in a Jimmy Buffet t-shirt and shorts over atrepparttar 146919 Corkscrew, but, however they’re dressed, they’re enjoying themselves. Lots of locals eat atrepparttar 146920 Corkscrew, which is always a tell tale sign of an outstanding restaurant.

In conclusion, I’ll simply say this - it’s worthrepparttar 146921 trip. Dahlonega is a beautiful little mining town, lots to do, just go book a cabin up at Cavender Creek Cabins and have a great time, Paul and Mary Hanson arerepparttar 146922 proprietors, and their cabins are excellent. You’ll enjoyrepparttar 146923 mountains,repparttar 146924 scenery, and god will you ever enjoyrepparttar 146925 Corkscrew! Eat there just as often as you can, you won‘t be sorry. Just don’t forget to tiprepparttar 146926 chef, it’s a new dining trend that needs to be established there!

Ed’s latest book, “Rough As A Cob,“ can be ordered by calling River City Publishing toll-free at: 877-408-7078. He’s also a popular after dinner speaker, and his column runs in a number of Southeastern publications. You can contact him via email at:, or through his web site address at:

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