Griddle Time

Griddle Time
Griddle Time

What’s up with the griddle? If the secret to a happy marriage is a waffle maker, then part of the fun in learning to cook with the kids is griddle time. If you’re stashing one in your cabinet, or storing your griddle in the garage with the camping gear, dust it off and add butter.

With our large slab of iron in action this week, we’re not counting calories.

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