“Passion and joy when it comes waffles have been passed down to me by my maternal grandmother: Marraine Jeanine.
From a very young age, I spent many hours with her learning how to make decent waffles.
The smell of the dough and the waffles cooking bring back so many memories:
-“Luc, wash your hands.”
-“Luc, they’re going to stick if you forget to oil the iron…”
-“But Luc, let them cook a bit longer, they are too pale for God’s sake!”
-“There you go, you’ve done it: it smells burned, two waffles for the chickens.”
-“STOP EATING TOO MUCH DOUGH: YOU’RE GOING TO GET INDIGESTION!!!”
-“Listen to them cook.”
-“Ouch, you’ve burned yourself, quick, let’s kiss it better”
Thanks to my grandmother, I have got to grips with a Belgian culinary tradition: the waffle.
Thanks to her, I make simple, tasty products using artisan methods every day, with quality guaranteed.
For me, there is a real joy in sharing the results of traditional, Ardennes family savoir-faire.
You can taste quality, the difference is there to be savoured. (It’s a million miles away from a mass-produced product).