I like leftover waffles
(not to be confused with frozen waffles you buy at the store).
Waffles taste best fresh and crispy hot from the griddle,
but the next best thing is retoasted, hot from the toaster.
They have the decadence of a donut with the abilities of bread to make a sandwich.
The little squares hold liquids so you can bite into a waffle sandwich
and not have everything run out.
That's peanut butter and honey in my sandwich above.
Which tastes very good with tea, and isn't that what we're all about today?
Yes, yes, it can be washed down with coffee too, but perhaps for you coffee drinkers--
Please tell me that you've at least heard of it!
I live in the boonies and even I can find it at my local grocery store
(in both the small and large sized jars).
It's been advertised recently on TV, but I remember eating it as a kid.
(My mother did not care for the taste of peanut butter,
but loved hazelnuts).
I suppose we ate it on bread or toast
(this morning my son tried it on celery- not bad)
but I prefer it simply on a spoon.
Or occasionally on a waffle.
Tastes like a giant KitKat bar.
(raising teacup to clink with yours)
What's on your saucer today?
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