Of the many things I’ve enjoyed in my life, LEGO bricks and belgian waffles are pretty high on the list. So I was pretty stoked when I saw this waffle maker that lets you combine these two passions of mine into one.
I like waffles. I think they’re much better than pancakes because the waffle is crispy on the outside. If you like waffles too, but you want a bit more geek in your breakfast, the Keyboard Waffle Iron is for you.
I like waffles, video games, and computers so this is a trifecta for me. Nexon is a company that makes video games and it has a computer museum in South Korea. At that museum is a café that serves up some very cool treats for visitors to snack on.
When Chris Dimino unveiled his Typewriter Waffle Maker a few years ago the Internet begged him to make more of them to sell. Challenge accepted. Chris is now raising funds on Kickstarter for a more functional version of his art piece, which he simply calls The Keyboard Waffle Iron.
Life can get pretty overwhelming sometimes. If you’ve pulled all-nighters before or have tried working overtime for several nights in a row, then you know there’s nothing quite like that feeling you get when you finally get to dive under your sheets and sleep.
This waffle maker fashioned out of an old typewriter is full of win.
Chris Dimino took an old Smith-Corona Coronamatic typewriter and replaced the keys with a fully-functional waffle iron. I love how the waffles look like keyboards.
Two of my favorite pastimes, waffles and Tetris have joined forces in this, my favorite photo of the week.
I’m guessing that you could slow down those rapidly descending breakfast blocks with just a little butter and maple syrup.