The world right now is filled with waffles -- waffles made of donuts, waffles that are also tacos. Hell, there's probably someone out there trying to waffle this article about waffles (it won't work). But some applications just make a whole lot of sense, like The Vulgar Chef's newest creation: THE POUTINE WAFFLE. C'mon -- there are gravy wells in this thing!
This glorious creation was bestowed upon us through a process involving the waffling of a large amount of frozen fries, which were subsequently covered with gravy and the squeakiest of cheese curds, and took about 10-15 minutes total to cook. See? All it takes to be on the cutting edge of the culinary world is a nearby supermarket's frozen section and some good old-fashioned American... er, Canadian ingenuity.
Adam Lapetina is a Food/Drink staff writer for Thrillist, and just bought a waffle maker for purposes just like this. Read his musings at @adamlapetina.
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