"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."
Twitter:

RT @dishesonly: Its summertime style makes Vela the perfect #ceramic bowl for serving desserts and #icecream https://t.co/2bqBd26Mt8 https://t.co/OBybVwacCa

RT @rolliwrites: OVERHEARD AT COFFEEBUCKS: "I'm not sad because of an electrochemical imbalance. I'm sad because my waffle iron was murdered."

I was thinking about the microwave, but now I’m looking at my dishwasher and thinking… “Hmm… will it…?” https://t.co/QrNA0upYQj

Easily improve the flavor of canned beans by simmering them in olive oil. (You can roast canned tomatoes too.) https://t.co/nM7Eatj5Ji

Bulgogi rice cake skewers from @stresscake. Yes, please! https://t.co/zfX442xQh2 https://t.co/8pDOM3QBnN

Muffin mythbusting: @thebravetart on gravitydefying blueberries https://t.co/EOt2fvPU6n