Re: Sandwich toasters
Lisa Varner (lvarner@FREENET.COLUMBUS.OH.US)
Fri, 30 Sep 1994 14:03:40 -0400
On Thu, 29 Sep 1994, Rex Goode wrote:
> > Those sandwhich toasters are known as 'Jaffle Irons' in Australia.
> > The ones I have are farly simple models, with a single cavity, making
> > something like a round pie. I have seen round ones and square ones,
> > all made for cooking in the fire. They go black and horrible on the
> > outside, but still do a good job.
> I think that 'Jaffle Irons' is the best name I've ever heard for
> these gizmos. I intend to call them that from now on. Thanks.
Where I come from, Ohio these are known as pie irons. Used for all kinds
of pie. This includes pizza pie. Butter them, 2 slices of bread, some
spaghetti sauce in the squeeze bottles, cheese, pepperonni and wa-la!
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