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    The English muffin

    So as a yank or as you lot like to refer to us a seppo. I rather enjoy a muffin sometimes just with hot butter other times with egg and cheese.

    That said I would like to ask how do you English eat your muffins? This is how I enjoy mine...





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    I prefer my English muffins like this...



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    I think what you have their is a breakfast sandwich. What Brits call muffins can also be what you call cup cakes. Brits do have scones and crumpets.
    Scones are served in the west country with jam and double cream. Crumpets are toasted in front of an open fire, buttered hot and eaten with jam.
    Better to think inside the pub, than outside the box?
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    It has been a long time since I've eaten them but it was probably with butter and / or jam.

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    I'd love to put cream in her muffin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal
    I think what you have their is a breakfast sandwich.
    What he has there is an English muffin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983 View Post
    I'd love to put cream in her muffin.
    Ass this is a food thread..

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    ^ My bad.

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    A nice English muffin with apricot or plum jam and clotted cream! Oh heaven!!! If I had the choice between that and a good root I'd have to think about it.

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    They're good. Especially Eggs Benedict. But given a choice I prefer a bagel.

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    Jaysus. Those pics.

    Snubbys ad Dicky's av got me salivating.


    Gonna be talking with a right English accent all night now. Cheer's guv.


    As for mine. Second pic, but with some West Country Cheddar and pot of Earl Gray.

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    Isn't that an egg and cheese McMuffin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    Snubbys ad Dicky's av got me salivating.
    Dont take much you slut.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna
    Isn't that an egg and cheese McMuffin?
    I sure hope not.

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    ^ Guilty.


    When out on a bike ride (start around 6:30am)we usually stop off in a Micky D's around 8am and go for the Double Sausage McMuffin meal or whatever it is.

    The coffee can be used as a chain cleaner, but that slimy Hash Brown/Oil Soup, and microwaved McMuffin. Great if you're still drunk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    but that slimy Hash Brown/Oil Soup, and microwaved McMuffin. Great if you're still drunk.
    Last I had one was 2005 and my Seahawks got robbed of the Superbowl. I was so hammered but had to go to work. I got off the bus in downtown and went straight to Mcdonalds. I ordered two egg McMuffins. Drunk scarff.

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    The bonus is you can squeeze an extra one into your pocket, and it will still taste the same the following evening when you come round.

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    Do you kick Ass tho?



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    An English muffin is nuthing like a 'mc'muffin.

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    http://youtu.be/-Jh6wnmRbvQ

    The muffin man song.

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    Tim Hortons probably invented that, as well...

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