From the Daily News:
It's golden brown, light yet crispy, piled with whipped cream and strawberries - and primed for a comeback after 45 years.
The original Belgian waffle, arguably introduced to Americans at the 1964 World's Fair, could return to Flushing Meadows-Corona Park as soon as a vendor who claims to have matched the secret recipe lands a city permit.
"We have to do this," said Thomas DeGeest, a Belgian native who parks his Wafels & Dinges truck - "dinges" means "toppings" - throughout Manhattan.
DeGeest's next opportunity to request a cart permit at Flushing Meadows will be in October, said Betsy Smith, the city Parks Department's assistant commissioner for revenue and marketing.
If he applies then, he could be selling the gratifying grids in the park by February, Smith said.