These are the wafer irons and cast iron cooking stuff I actually have in my kitchen
Shell shaped molds for making filled sandwiches.
gaufrette iron- for making ice cream cones.
Belgian Waffle Iron- my original had thermostats on each side which made it easier to figure which side should be "down" next- but it's handle died.
I think this was my first pizzelle iron- I don't think I've used it since I got the ruffled one.
My waffle iron that makes heart shaped waffles
This is (I think) an Oreshki- "little nut" Russian cookie iron, it makes small cup shaped cookies you fill with caramel then stick two together. Trimming is the hard part.
My very first wafer iron a krumkake iron
I have never seen even a picture of another of these- it took us 5 years to figure out that it goes on a woodstove- and grills beautifully. If you can find one, grab it!
The zig zag (ruffled) pizzelle iron
My new one this year- makes 3 lozenge shaped wafers.
I don't know if this has a special name or is for cookies or waffles- I'd just never seen another like it, and it was affordable on ebay.
Goro Iron- I heard that this was a "gypsy" wafer
Tayaki iron from Japan, the insides are filled with red bean paste- or other stuff if you live in the USA and can't find it.
This Pizelle iron was handmade by a gentleman in Wilton for a church fundraiser, and he offered to put my initials on it, but I lost his name.
abilskever pan- needs new image!