Belgian or American? Square or circle? Electric or stovetop? No more waffling, it’s time to pick your favorite waffle iron.
You don’t need to be a Leslie Knope-level waffle aficionado to get a ton of use out of a good waffle iron. In fact, even if you never make a single waffle, you could still justify owning one just to cook hash browns, churros, mozzarella sticks, 90-second cookies, pre-packaged cinnamon rolls, and even crispy bacon.
Sorry, Ann Coulter: Enthusiasm for the World Cup has spread so thoroughly across America that even the most Red State of breakfast institutions — the damn Waffle House — is currently calling for a boycott of Belgian waffles, in support of Team U.S.A.
Nothing delights Americans more than when a taco goes too far.
You know, it turns out that seeking out your top offensive minds from Idahoans accustomed to making waffles and pouring orange juice down the gullets of nostalgia-seeking tourists isn't the best way to run a football team.