• October 27, 2021

How to win a Tuscany experience: Tuscana’s ‘Waffle Experience’

Waffles are the perfect snack for your summer vacation, and the Tuscans’ Waffle Experience is no exception.

As the name suggests, the experience comes with a $5 donation to the Tuskeggee Institute, the non-profit organization that provides scholarships to low-income children.

The Tuscas’ Waffles were served at a time when many in Tuscantas community were struggling with unemployment and poverty.

But they’re a fun way to relax and enjoy the outdoors, according to the program’s website.

The experience starts with two small cones, each representing a character from the Tuskas Saga, an epic Tuscanoa saga of the First War.

The cones are placed in the Tusser-Buckler Café, a restaurant that offers Tuscan cuisine.

The first cone is the iconic red cone, with an array of different meats on top.

The second cone is blue and has a variety of vegetables and cheeses, with a side of sausage.

Both the red and blue cones have an ice cream cone on top, while the blue cone has a sweet-and-sour sorbet.

“We were really lucky that Tuscanni food came from the region,” Tusserr Boenig, the executive chef of the restaurant, told the TUAW News.

“It’s a lot of pride to have a dish like that from Tuscania, and it’s a way to say thanks to the people who came out to help make this possible.”

The experience is free, and all proceeds go to the charity.

In addition to donating the proceeds, participants can enjoy a waffle and a hot chocolate.

The Waffle will cost $5, and participants will receive a Tuskasy, a sweet tea, a bottle of wine, and a Tuskasy-themed sticker.

You can sign up to volunteer by visiting the TUSKasy website. 

You can also support the Tumultuous Adventures program through your local community, by volunteering at a Tumulty Adventure, a camp for children in the area.

Tumints Adventure camps have been established in towns all over the area, including Tuscanta.

You’ll be able to help provide a place for kids to play with their friends, eat fresh fruits and vegetables, and meet up with other children in a variety different outdoor activities.