New York has a proliferation of tasty and affordable food trucks that go above and beyond your average street meat. I stumbled upon the Waffles & Dinges truck the other night, which features (among other) the Brussels Waffle: “Light and Crispy, this is the ‘Mother of all Waffles’ and first came to New York for the 1964 World’s Fair. Now it’s back, better than ever.”
I have a soft spot for food introduced at the 1964 World’s Fair, so I ordered a waffle, topped with spekuloos spread. Although the spread was recommended to me (and beat Bobby Flay), it was a little too sweet for my liking. But the waffle was perfect: crisp on the outside, moist and almost creamy in the middle. Next time, I’m just going to get a dusting of confectioner’s sugar, or a few sliced strawberries, so I can really enjoy the taste and texture of the waffle.