weird foreign foods

Judith Ridge Judith.Ridge at det.nsw.edu.au
Tue May 4 02:39:14 EDT 2004


> 
> *delurks*
> We have them on our side of the ditch too, but we call
> them toastie pies. I still have the toastie pie iron
> my family used to take camping, but it's sadly warped
> and drips cheese everywhere when I try to use it. I've
> never heard the term 'jaffle' before - what's its
> etymology?
> 
> Chris
>

>From what I've read on line, there's a suggestion it was a brand name. The
Macquarie dictionary doesn't give any information on the etymology.

Judith


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