"Will It Waffle?" is the waffleiron cookbook with creative nonwaffle recipes. We're talking pizza, chocolate chip cookies, bacon and eggs, falafel, s'mores, and more — all in your waffle iron.
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The New York Times includes "Will It Waffle?" among the year's best cookbooks.
Gale Gand calls the book "pure culinary fun."
J. Kenji LópezAlt sums it up, saying the book takes the question in its title and "follows [it] through to all of its delicious conclusions."
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