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Old 03.11.2008, 16:01
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Re: English Muffins?

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I got inspired to try Delia's recipe - see earlier message.

Worked really well, tasted excellent but I did not have the round forms. Still with marmite and dripping butter they tasted just like the real thing.

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"muffin the mule" anyone ?

Careful, you can get arrested for that sort of thing....
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Old 03.11.2008, 17:24
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I've just bought some english muffins in aldi
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Careful, you can get arrested for that sort of thing....
I suppose any reference to aquatic sports in connection would then be in bad taste ?
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Hello

My husband just discoved English muffins here a few weeks ago. We live in Basel, and close to the border in Germany there is a big grocery store (name is something with "Frischecenter") that offers several types of English muffins. If you're interested, I could give you directions.

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They're widely available in French supermarkets too, if you're closer to the French border. I even found some Hovis fruit scones in Auchan last year (but they must'nt have been popular enough to keep stocking them).
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