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Spearmint Rhino
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quote:
SR's got a Hot Crass Bun!
Damn it. I actually spent a couple of minutes thinking of a clever thread title, before giving up...
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hobbes
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Oh man, you people are so superficial. They are slut-buns. Stick on an Adam Ant stripe and a bit of varnish and you're bedazzled.
They're nowhere near as good as the humble scone or the flirty muffin.

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Don Malhumorado
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hahahahahaha

Slut hobbes.

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Crusoe
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Muffins? Muffins? Muffins are the Alan Titchmarsh of the cake world. Superficially entertaining, spend more than ten seconds contemplating one and you realise how soul-crushingly dull it is. Muffins are cakes with the joy taken out.
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Wyatt Earp
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Mrs E done us up a bread-and-butter pudding made out of hot cross buns for our Easter tea. She's a genius that girl.
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Wyatt Earp
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Are we talking about American muffins or "English muffins" (or "muffins", as they're known)? If you don't like the latter, toasted with butter, you're mental. American "muffins" are just cakes gone wrong, I agree, though blueberries are so nice that a blueberry muffin works overall.
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Crusoe
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American muffins, Wyatt - I agree on proper muffins being a class apart.

I'm sure there must be a better use of blueberries than to waste them on muffins.

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kuhisek
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Bollocks to sweet stuff. Hot toasted crumpets are the hound's rounds. Topped with marmite and cheddar. Or Laughing Cow and Rajah ginger pickle.

The breakfast of champions.

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Reed
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Carrot cake muffins are good.

And a blueberry puffin muffin from Lewes Bake Shop on 2nd Street in Lewes, Delaware is outstanding. We get them whenever we're there.

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Amor de Cosmos
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I would never trust an Englishman to judge the quality of an "American" muffin. There is not one worthy of the title for sale in the entire length and bredth of the country. The are all cup-cakes not muffins. A light muffin newly baked, doused in butter, with fruit still warm explodes in your mouth and sends you out into the day with a spring in your step and a song in your heart.

They are, in fact, the opposite of scones, which Brits understand and North Americans fail at miserably.

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Coffy
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It's apples and oranges to compare muffins and cupcakes anyway. Cupcakes don't contain a fat (apart from what's in eggs, I mean) and are beaten a lot to incorporate air, so they're lighter. Muffin batter does contain a fat and is mixed as little as possible, so they are heavier. Some muffins are kind of cakey, but I prefer the biscuity type. In fact, I make them a lot, in various flavors, and freeze them; then I take one to work each day for breakfast, and they are damn good.
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hobbes
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I kind of asked for that, didn't I?
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American-style muffins are great, you lunatics. Especially, of course, blueberry muffins.
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lyra
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Hobbes is correct. These 'buns' involve dried fruit and don't they also have that disgusing peel stuff in them? The stuff that looks and tastes like Satan's toenails? eurgh.
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