Sunday, September 14, 2008

Homemade Wholewheat English Muffins

Made from Wholewheat Home-Milled Flour

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Eatwell Farm Wheat Berries were used to make the flour.
Straus Organic Milk was used in the muffin recipe.
English Muffin Recipe courtesy of Barbara from Wino's & Foodies


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Homemade Wholewheat English Muffins

9 Comments:

  • At 14/9/08 12:37, Anonymous David said…

    I was hoping for a video of you rolling and cooking the muffins : (

     
  • At 14/9/08 16:58, Anonymous Genie said…

    Mine was not nearly so photogenic...trust me!

    But you've inspired me -- I'd love to make my own English muffins at some point. Have never tried, and I do adore them!

     
  • At 14/9/08 18:14, Blogger Manger La Ville said…

    Awesome english muffins...I love home made ones. What I ate on Sunday: Loads of Pickles from the Pickle fair. I could have used an english muffin to soak up all that vinegary goodness.

     
  • At 14/9/08 23:16, Anonymous lory said…

    miam..jolis muffins!!

     
  • At 15/9/08 12:22, Anonymous Mrs. L said…

    Alas, not muffins I made. Bought them along with a bunch of Crumpets online. With lemon curd. Yum.

     
  • At 15/9/08 12:43, Blogger Almost Vegetarian said…

    Perfect. Absolutely perfect.

    These would be lovely for brunch with those gorgeous tomatoes and mozzarella and ... okay, now I'm hungry.

    Cheers!

     
  • At 15/9/08 17:04, Blogger Jessamyn said…

    Mmm, homemade English muffins. I might almost trade them for my Sunday breakfast - but not quite.

    Pear custard pie with whipped cream and a scrambled egg on the side. Yum. (I had to work on Sunday, I had to keep my strength up!)

     
  • At 15/9/08 17:57, Blogger Penny said…

    i nearly ALWAYS cook a hot brekkie on weekends. but nothing too fatty, usually poached eggs with avocado and grainy bread with freshly brewed coffee. if we have smoked salmon that gets a run too. oh, and i always put salt and tobasco sauce on my eggs...sooooo good.

     
  • At 15/9/08 21:29, Anonymous Carolyn Jung said…

    Mmmm, I thought the Model Bakery in the Napa Valley and the Cheese Board in Berkeley made some bodacious English muffins. But these wholewheat ones look even more fabulous. With a smear of peach jam or bitter orange marmalade, they'd be the bomb.

     

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