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Black History Month: The History of Chicken and Waffles

By Marcus Samuelsson | February 20, 2014

(Photo by Maria G.)
(Photo by Maria G.)

(Photo by Maria G.)

The artistic and cultural explosion of the 1920’s and 30’s known as The Harlem Renaissance, also known as one of the most socially alive and creatively conscious eras of African-American history,  ignited a mighty wave of Black literary, musical and visual artistic expression introducing us to Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes, jazz, tap dancing and yes, even chicken and waffles.   Read More

Chasing Flavors

Flavor Play: Waffles

By Alexandra Fleischman | July 16, 2013

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Photo: Joy

As someone who prefers crispy anything to fluffy anything, I’ve always found the genius of waffles to be their unique shape. After all, with the extra surface area you get from indentation after indentation, you can achieve a much crispier, much more satisfying treat.

But as the waffles and fried chicken trend has revealed, waffles don’t have to be reserved for breakfast and dessert. Like a good bread, their texture can complement any flavor profile if combined correctly. Try out one of the following suggestions if you need a bit of inspiration. Read More

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