Don't Be A Waffler On International Waffle Day

While most of the food-based holidays we celebrate are cut-and-dry affairs -- with whatever cloak-based committee deciding on a day and sticking with it -- there's a bit of a mini-controversy surrounding the celebration of waffles. You see, there's two completely separate holidays for the delicious tic-tac-toe-shaped piece of dough. America celebrates National Waffle Day on August 24th, but the International version -- wherein the entire world comes together to chow down on waffles -- was yesterday, March 25th. So today, a day late, we give you a gallery of the most delectable waffles we could find.

[Photo of waffle/fried chicken combo from L.A.'s own Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles by LWY/Flickr.]

[Photo of waffle/chicken combo from Bru's Wiffle in Santa Monica by LWY/Flickr.]

[Another shot of Roscoe's, because if anything deserves two photos on Waffle Day it's them, by LosAnheles/Flickr.]

[Image of "Morning Melt," a waffle-based Grilled Cheese Invitational delicacy, by kelly bone/Flickr.]

[Photo of delicious-looking sweet-tooth-happy waffles by WordRidden/Flickr.]

[Whatever this waffle concoction is something that we want in our stomachs, post-haste. Photo by lalawren/Flickr.]

[Classic and beautifully photographed waffle photo by Qfamily/Flickr.]

[Waffled Croque Madame creation by pinguino/Flickr.]

[Lovely heart-shaped waffle by Shawn Allen/Flickr.]

[Way too decadent-looking Banana Bread Waffles by joyocity/Flickr.]

About the Author

Rick Paulas has written plenty of things, some of them serious, many of them not, scattered over the vast expanses of the Internet. He lives in Los Angeles and is a White Sox fan.
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