English muffin


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n English muffin round, raised muffin cooked on a griddle; usually split and toasted before being eaten
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In literature:

Examples: steak, English muffins, griddle cakes.
"Better Meals for Less Money" by Mary Green
English muffins or crumpets, 355.
"The Century Cook Book" by Mary Ronald
Breakfast was served, at first in English fashion, with bread and butter, muffins and tarts.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 120, October, 1867." by Various

In news:

1 whole wheat English muffin or bagel 2 oz.
12 English muffins, cut in half, toasted 12 oz.
Poached eggs atop Virginia Country Ham, tomato and toasted English muffin, blanketed in Hollandaise sauce.
Photo shows a Thomas' English Muffin with its famous "nooks and crannies.".
(Paul Fraughton The Salt Lake Tribune) Elijah Martinez takes a big bite from his healthy English Muffin Pizza he made at a cooking class at the the Murray Boys and Girls Club.
Winning fans were the dish's lemony sauce, its free-form egg and its classic and crunchy English muffin.
4 to 6 English muffins or crumpets, split and lightly toasted.
Divide the eggs evenly among the English muffins and garnish with the remaining 1/2 tablespoon chopped chives and grated Parmesan to taste.
As consumers keep counting calories, Caravan Ingredients responded with the CI LT English Muffin 5, a conditioner developed to produce reduced calorie English muffins .
6 whole grain English muffins , split.
English Muffin with egg, Tillamook cheddar, sausage or ham (spinach and tomato for vegetarians).
Arrange the toasted English muffins on 4 plates.
Roasted artichoke bottoms stand in for English muffins in this quick yet elegant supper.
Inspired by the classic combination of bagels with lox and cream cheese, chef Tory Miller devised this variation using smoked, locally raised trout and homemade English muffins.
How Did "Muffin Top," "LOL" and "OMG" Get into the Oxford English Dictionary.