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Old 09-06-2012, 11:12 PM   #11
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Re: Waffle making question

I'd get an old one from a thrift store. I have a non-rotating belgian waffle maker and love it. It's probably a million years old (I've had it for almost 10yrs and it was old when I got it) I think the older, well-made ones are almost indestructible.

@ mama_to_DJM: I am not sure what you mean about cleaning... as long as you don't over fill them so that they drip out the sides all that you need to do is wipe them down afterwards. Now, if you overfill and it leaks out they are ALL awful to clean.
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