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October 29th,
written by Arthur

I can’t believe this my second sweet post in two weeks, but this is another great sweet treat.

I’d heard of the waffle truck (aka Wafels & Dinges), even seen it parked at the farmers market, but never thought about stopping in.  But it was a Tuesday afternoon, I had writers’ block, and I was staring down a half written corporate policy.  When a coworker told me there were bacon waffles to be had I knew I had to check the place out.

On the walk over to the cart, I got a rundown on the menu.  The bacon waffle is a relatively new addition and has bacon actually integrated into it.  The deluxe waffle is called Da Throwdown and it packs spekuloos (a paste that is some kind of cross between a cookie and caramel) and whipped cream.  It was added to the menu after the Wafels & Dinges beat celebrity chef, and asshole,  Bobby Flay on his show, the Throwdown.  You can choose to top your waffle with ice cream and/or scale everything back to an afternoon snack sized mini-waffle.  The ice cream flavors rotate, and on this trip there was beer & honey (yeah, that’s right, beer ice cream!) and some kind of strawberry swirl  something that I stopped remembering after I heard about beer ice cream.

I was glad the plan involved sharing.  I ordered Da Throwdown and my co-worker got the bacon waffle with the beer & honey ice cream.

I had never had, or ever heard of, spekuloos.  But it was a great waffle topping that seemed to add both sweet and savory flavors.  And I normally don’t much care for whipped cream, it’s usually just some flavorless (but high caloric) foam that you have to get past to find whatever is underneath.  This whipped cream was different.  It was thick and rich.  The waffle itself walked a perfect line between substantial and heavy.  I don’t know what Bobby Flay made, but this concoction would be hard to beat.

And there was the bacon waffle which followed the universal law that bacon makes everything better. The beer ice creams was also a winner.  The flavor was mild and overpowered when eaten with the bacon waffle.  On it’s own, it  had a light yeast flavor that that reminded me of a saison.  In all, the ice cream was fantastic on it’s own, but not much when paired with the waffle.

As we were waiting for our orders, something else on the menu caught my attention: a BBQ pulled pork waffle.  Rumor is that the truck is around the office every Tuesday.  I think I know what’s going to be on the lunch menu.




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