Dinnertime: Because I Can

Sometimes, I get bored with dining hall sandwich and salad bars. Sometimes, the grilled-to-pulp burgers on stale buns don’t get my attention. And sometimes, the “home-cooked” food is something “ethnic” that I’m not even going near. That’s when my culinary intuition takes over for dinner. A little bacon helps, too.

Yes, those are chocolate chips in between those golden malted buttermilk waffles. Obviously they are topped with some bananas. Those other brown specks, you ask? Let’s just say we have a well packed salad bar, but limiting some of the more meaty salad toppers to bitter greens just doesn’t suffice some nights.

I only have one question for you: got any peanut butter?

12 comments on “Dinnertime: Because I Can

  1. chuck in chicago says:

    To reiterate one of my questions from a prior posting, “What, no marshmallow fluff?”

  2. Sizzle says:

    Four years ago, we used to have to pull the chocolate-chip waffles out on the sneak! They had a sign above the do-it-yourself waffle station that said specifically not to throw chocolate (or anything other than batter) in there, but you can’t stop a delicious mission like that! Sometimes, we would throw down with some ice cream on there.

  3. sophia says:

    Yay bacon!!!
    Ew chocolate chips!
    I think there should be Nutella waffles with bacon in it. 🙂

  4. J.B. says:

    That is disgustingly beautiful.

  5. Shannon says:

    You haven’t done it big until you’ve had a waffle with pecans. Nuts can make anything better.

  6. Adam Bomb says:

    When I was a kid, we had a Waffle House in our town. A decent, IHOP style one, not the greasy spoon type. My family would eat there every month or so, and my favorite thing to get was a PB&J waffle. It was an actual item on the kids’ menu, and it was freaking delicious. I still make them sometimes with Eggos….

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