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Sifted: Sinfully Delicious Waffle Sandwiches + A Must-Try Chocolate Chip Cookie

Fried Chicken and Waffle Sandwich by The Candid Appetite

5 Hot Links We’re Loving

  1. Just when you thought a fried chicken and waffle sandwich was as crazy genius as it gets, The Candid Appetite makes one with bacon, cheddar and green onion waffles and maple mustard sauce.
  2. Inside BruCrew Life’s cake batter cheesecake brownie has all your sweet tooth cravings covered in one bite.
  3. For an easy elegant dessert, try honey roasted peaches with thyme and sweet ricotta by Food Babbles.
  4. Made in Our Kitchen’s sweet corn fritters with jalapeno and lime make a fresh and delicious summertime meal.
  5. Brown Eyed Baker shares her copy-cat recipe for the famously enormous, perfectly chewy Levain Bakery chocolate chip cookies.

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The Chicken ‘N’ Waffles Syrup Saga

Last April Fool’s Day, Torani, a popular syrup manufacturer, boasted they had concocted a chicken ‘n’ waffles flavor of syrup. The Internet nearly burst from collective excitement and the company was forced to admit that it just a cruel joke. The joke got the whole world pining and now the company is setting things right. They have announced that they have indeed created a fried chicken and buttermilk waffle syrup.

It isn’t available in stores but you can get your hands on a bottle online.

Alternative: Skip the sugary syrup and go for the real deal, with Bobby Flay’s recipe pictured above.

Adventures in State Fair Eating, or The Making of On a Stick!

On a Stick by Matt Armendariz

I should have listened a bit more closely to the stern warnings of almost every person I know who has written a book.

“It’s more work than you think it can be.”

“You’ll gain 10 pounds.”

“You’ll miss your regular life.”

OK, alright, I admit that these are mostly from one end of the author spectrum but they still ring true: Writing and photographing a cookbook is a challenge and takes dedication and hard work.

It’s also a hell of a lot of fun!

Now that my book, On A Stick!, has been out a little over a month, I can almost sit back and let out a sigh of relief. What started in Spring 2010 is now on bookshelves all over the country, displayed just in time for summer cooking. And yes, I’m proud that it’s done and am delighted by the fun people are finding in its pages because it’s true: Food on a stick has that built-in fun factor!

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