About "Will It Waffle?"

My name is Dan.

In 2010, I started the blog "Waffleizer: 30 Answers to the Question 'Will It Waffle?'"

In 2012, I started work on the book "Will It Waffle?"

In 2014, "Will It Waffle?" was released.

In 2017, "Will It Skillet?" was released. “How to Instant Pot” was released later the same year.

It's sometimes hard for me to believe, but "Will It Waffle?" has been featured on television programs such as "Good Morning America," written up by publications including The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, People, and the Chicago Tribune, and profiled on websites including Food52 and thekitchn.com

This blog is powered by Squarespace and produced using a Nikon D3300 body and a Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX lens.

You are welcome to leave a comment or send me an email.

If you enjoy the book or the blog (or, I would I hope, both), follow it on Twitter and find it on Instagram.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is this all about?

The book "Will it Waffle?" tackles the very question posed in its title — thereby expanding the frontiers of waffling. (In other words, the book offers non-waffle recipes for your waffle iron.) The blog explores waffling too. 

How can I keep up with the book and the blog?

First, pick up a copy at your local bookstore. Or find it on AmazonBarnes & Noble and Indiebound. Then tell friends about it. Oh, and follow along on Twitter. That should do it. Oh, wait! There's Instagram, too.

What kind of waffle iron do you own?

I started with a circa 1985 Kenmore, which I nicknamed Sparky for its ... electrical idiosyncrasies. Over time, I added to my collection. I now have six waffle irons. I also have an above-average amount of cabinet space.

What's the deal with the Amazon links on this site?

Purchasing via the Amazon links on this site means that a small portion of the purchase price finds its way back to me. Thank you.