English Muffins

Isn’t it annoying that english muffins have one good side and one bad side? The bad side is still ok to eat, but it doesn’t hold the butter/peanut butter/jelly as well as it’s non-identical twin. If anyone can figure out a way to make an english muffin with two good sides you’d probably become a millionaire.

Isn’t it annoying that english muffins have one good side and one bad side? The bad side is still ok to eat, but it doesn’t hold the butter/peanut butter/jelly as well as it’s non-identical twin. If anyone can figure out a way to make an english muffin with two good sides you’d probably become a millionaire.

3 thoughts on “English Muffins”

  1. You can pull it off if you take your time and use a good bread knife, but you pratically have to be a surgeon to do it and I get so impatient that I just rip the thing in half and deal with it. But you’re right, one side is nice and substantial and the other side might as well be a piece of toilet paper.

  2. English muffins are best eaten with whatever you want in between them, like a sandwich.

    You can make more even halfs with cutting it carefully with a knife.

    There are always bagels if you want 2 good sides 🙂

  3. Ben, I agree with you. By the time you are ready to eat the other half, the jelly has already slipped off into a sticky pool of goo around the muffin. 🙁

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