A favorite waffle recipe from Eugene & Betty Schulte in Bridgeport, Texas.  We have two Twin-o-Matic* Waffle irons from the Schultes.

Schulte Waffles

1 ¾ cups sifted flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon salt
2 beaten egg yolks
1 ¾ cups milk
½ cup salad oil
2 stiffly beaten egg whites


Preheat waffle iron.

Sift together dry ingredients (flour, baking powder, and salt).

Combine beaten egg yolks, with milk and salad oil.

Stir liquids into dry ingredients.

Fold in beaten egg whites, leaving a few fluffs.

Bake in your favorite waffle iron.


Yield:  Makes three 10-inch waffles.


Worlds Fair Featured Item*

This is the famous ART DECO MANNING BOWMAN TWIN-O-MATIC Waffle Iron, designed by KARL RATLIFF for, and exhibited at, the 1939 NEW YORK WORLDS FAIR. It was manufactured by the craftsmen at the MANNING BOWMAN CO. facility in MERIDEN, CT. This unique design won world awards and is the ONLY waffle iron shown in Tony Fusco “ART DECO” BOOK, Volumes 1 & 2. This waffle iron consists of 2 pieces: a double TOP/BOTTOM Waffle Iron, and a circular chrome plated Tray that has 2 heavy Bakelite Cradles that hold the Waffle Iron when in use. Another unique feature is that it has both a Thermometer and a Thermostat. When used, one loads the top Waffle Section; wait for 15 seconds, then rotate the Waffle Iron 180 degrees on it’s cradles; then load the bottom Waffle Section. It makes 2 standard sized waffles, not the small ones normally found in other doubles.

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