I don't necessarily need my syrup heated up, but I'm not going to east it cold.
Ideally, I'll take some honey and soft butter and mix those up...and spread them on the waffles, then pour on the room temperature syrup...good stuff. Heating it up depends on the quality of the syrup...as cheaper syrups usually get too runny for me when they're hot.
I'm eating some waffles right now (YUM!) and I went to heat up some syrup, since that's the best way to do it, and I thought I'd try my dad's old trick of simply sticking the bottle in some boiling water (along with the butter).
But it would appear that they don't make the bottles out of the same type of plastic, and I had a bit of a melting disaster
Anyway, it got me thinking: How do you guys eat syrup? Me personally, I can't stand cold syrup. Just the combination of warm pancakes/waffles and cold syrup seems strange to me. I suppose it's how I grew up, so warm syrup all the way