Recent Examples of muffin from the Web
In addition to bagels, the breakfast menu includes breakfast sandwiches, pastries and muffins, and the lunch menu features signature sandwiches and wraps.
Dinner entrees are paired with two sides, a corn muffin and often white or yellow rice.
People came loaded with food for mushers and volunteers too: stews and pasta, cakes and muffins, fresh fruit and coffee.
Hop on the bus at Buehler's River Styx in Medina at 7 a.m., with a pick up at Apples Grocery Store at 209 E. Herrick in Wellington at 7:30 a.m. Enjoy muffins and mimosas while traveling to Detroit.
Serve it with black beans, mixed greens and bran muffins.
Spoon the meatloaf mixture into 12 muffin cups to make mini meatloaves.
The recipes range from retro favorites like hummingbird muffins and deviled ham, to new traditions like Cornbread Salad and Paper Bag Chicken.
That’s where, a year later, Stephen’s recipe for the cruffin—a croissant-muffin hybrid—was stolen in a brazen midnight heist.
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First Known Use: 1703See Words from the same year
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