Waffie: Regional dish from the town of Malbar in northern Barloz. A traditional waffie is a meat pastry made by wrapping baked or boiled chicken in a waffle. Sometimes includes gravy or flavored jellies. Waffies are popular among the miners of the region as they are prepared before going into the mines, and can be eaten without utensils.
Quaffie: Regional drink from the town of Malbar in nothern Barloz. A traditional Quaffie is a waffle cone filled with honey mead. Often served with a Waffie. Quaffies are very popular among the miners of Malbar as they are both food and drink in a single beverage.
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