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    Polly Esther Guest

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    Thank you. Thank you so very much. A few weeks ago I asked for help in
    learning waffles. You recommended Chef's Choice Waffle Pro 830 regular and
    Aunt Jemima mix. It took a while to get the waffler maker here and there
    were other recipes suggested but I began with the super easy Aunt Jemima.
    What a difference a decent appliance makes. The waffle iron I'd been
    using was a mean, sorry, contrary and cantankerous beast. How happy I am to
    have the Chef's.
    Graveside services for the old waffler this afternoon. I don't want
    anybody to ever try to deal with it again. Polly


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    On Thu, 22 Sep 2011 09:48:45 -0500, "Polly Esther" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Thank you. Thank you so very much. A few weeks ago I asked for help in
    >learning waffles. You recommended Chef's Choice Waffle Pro 830 regular and
    >Aunt Jemima mix. It took a while to get the waffler maker here and there
    >were other recipes suggested but I began with the super easy Aunt Jemima.
    > What a difference a decent appliance makes. The waffle iron I'd been
    >using was a mean, sorry, contrary and cantankerous beast. How happy I am to
    >have the Chef's.
    > Graveside services for the old waffler this afternoon. I don't want
    >anybody to ever try to deal with it again. Polly


    You're most welcome.

    My wife and I just love waffles, and they're so easy that everyone should be
    able to enjoy them. The right iron, 1/3 cup of batter, and there you go. Enjoy!

    -- Larry (spending my afternoon seasoning a new crepe maker...)

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