What is this blog about?
Waffleizer answers the question "Will it waffle?" — thereby expanding the frontiers of waffling. (In other words, this blog offers alternative recipes for your waffle iron.)
How can I support this blog?
Is this blog going to become a book?
Yes! (I would be lying if I said this was a frequently asked question, but it does come up and it's definitely something that people should know.)
So what's the deal with the book?
It's not out yet. I'm still toiling. It will be out in fall 2014.
Are the recipes on this blog for a Belgian-style waffle iron or a standard waffle iron?
Mostly standard. Where a Belgian-style was used, it's noted in the text.
What kind of waffle iron do you own?
I started with a circa 1985 Kenmore, which I nicknamed Sparky. Toward the end of the blog, I picked up this Belgian-style waffle iron which I'm quite happy with. I now have six waffle irons.
Do you exist elsewhere on the Internet?
See, again, this is something that no one actually asks, but I do think it's important for you to know: You can find out about the upcoming book as well as other food- and waffle-related nonsense by following Waffleizer on Twitter or joining the Facebook page. I post judiciously; I won't blow up your Facebook or Twitter feed, I promise.