What is waffle in British slang?
waffle verb [I] (TALK)
UK. to talk or write a lot without giving any useful information or any clear answers: If you don’t know the answer, it’s no good just waffling (on) for pages and pages.
Are there waffles in England?
First, the British do not eat waffles today, or at least they do not consider them a traditional British food.
What are waffles called?
|Waffles with strawberry topping|
|Alternative names||Stack of waffles topped with sliced strawberries|
|Region or state||Western Europe|
|Main ingredients||Batter or dough|
|Variations||Liège waffle, Brussels Waffle, Flemish Waffle, Bergische waffle, Stroopwafel and others|
What does it mean if someone calls you a waffle?
Waffle is language without meaning; blathering, babbling, droning. One might waffle throughout an essay or a presentation, when not having enough material, or needing to fill in time. The term may be derived from the Scots verb waff “to wave, fluctuate”.
What are the two types of waffles?
Firstly, each one has their own particular shape. The Liege waffle is small with rounded edges, whereas the Brussels waffle is larger, and has a rectangular shape. Moreover, the Liege one is thicker and contains little clumps of sugar, whereas the Brussels one is lighter and is sprinkled with icing sugar.
What is a small waffle called?
Liege waffles are similar to Brussels or Belgium waffles, but are smaller with a denser texture and a caramelized sugar coating on the outside that keeps the waffle from getting soggy if topped with fruit or cream. They are frequently sold by vendors as handheld desserts similar to donuts.