Year Two, Week Twenty-four—Amber

waffle

Waffles in Korea are not really a breakfast food (though kimchi is!). Waffles instead, fall into the dessert category. Subway stations and festivals have large, thin waffles that they fold in half and fill with flavored cream (dessert waffle taco?). We discovered our favorite waffle treat on a whim one night, and since

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then have shared it with several friends. This, my friends, is a Cafe Bene walnut waffle (you can get plain). Warm, lightly glazed with a hint of sweetness, and topped with cream cheese gelato. Who needs breakfast waffles when you can have one of these as an after dinner treat?!

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  • Bethany - A few months ago someone asked me what my favorite Korean food is. My answer?Waffles!ReplyCancel