Wednesday, June 27, 2007

The Great Muqata Waffle Festival Part II

The history of The Great Muqata Waffle Festival is a tale full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. At least that is how Shakespeare might have described it. If you don't know who Shakespeare was then your parents need to call your Rosh Yeshiva and ask for their money back, because they were robbed. That however is a different story.

Today we are here to share a little insight into the origin of the legendary Muqata Waffle. I am pleased to say that the recipe was discovered during one of Jameel's famous tiyulim. Here is an interesting piece of trivia, there are plans to open a Muqata Wafflehouse. G-d willing this will be more than a kiosk and more than a little breakfast makolet.

Every guest will be treated to Jameel's famous waffles and a chance to breakfast with Mr. Waffle himself, Jameel. It is an ambitious project, but as they say no pain, no gain. No risk, no reward or as Bob Marley said, No Woman, No Cry.

One of the upcoming activities will be a contest to design the official Muqata Wafflehouse logo and potentially a mascot.

Stay tuned for more information.

Wherever I am, I make Waffles.


Michael said...

Question: Do you make pancakes and French toast, too, or just waffles?

Jack Steiner said...

Jameel the master of breakfast foods makes many items.

Anonymous said...

I've heard of this Shakespeare feloow but who's this Mob Barley guy?

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