What is this all about?
The book "Will it Waffle?" tackles the very question posed in its title — thereby expanding the frontiers of waffling. (In other words, the book offers non-waffle recipes for your waffle iron.) The blog explores waffling too.
How can I keep up with the book and the blog?
First, pick up a copy at your local bookstore. Or find it on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Indiebound. Then join the Facebook page and tell friends about it. Oh, and follow along on Twitter. That should do it. (Although, since you asked, there's a Pinterest account too.)
What kind of waffle iron do you own?
I started with a circa 1985 Kenmore, which I nicknamed Sparky. Later, I picked up this Belgian-style waffle iron, which I'm quite happy with. Over time, I added to my collection. I now have six waffle irons. I also have an above-average amount of cabinet space.
Do you exist offline too?
Yes! Like most people, I also exist off the Internet. For more on that — and to see if I might be in your neck of the woods signing books or putting things in a waffle iron (or, more than likely, both) — you can head to the Events page.