Saturday, March 17, 2007

Blueberry Muffins Tied Up With String


These are a few of my favorite things...

This morning I just finished the last blueberry muffin with a nice cup of coffee.

Do you want the recipe and the story behind it? Check out my food blog And Razzleberry Dressing on BoomerGirl. You can find it here.


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10 comments:

Nina said...

My mom used to make blueberry muffins on Christmas morning. I don't remember a single Christmas without them. This is a tradition I know do with my own family. So...thanks for the recipe link because I usually cheat and make them from a box! Hopefully I won't be lazy about it and try to make them at least once before December :)

BipolarLawyerCook said...

I remember these! We didn't usually buy them, though, because we were more of a Filene's family, and my Nana would take me over to Bailey's for lunch after we were done shopping-- grilled ham and cheese, and a butterscotch sundae-- coffee ice cream, of course! Thanks for the reminder-- I can smell them now, mixed in with the smell of fresh purses and the cosmetics department.

Anali said...

nina - I love traditions like that. There is something so comforting about them. And you are quite welcome!

bipolarlawyercook - That's so funny! I guess there was kind of a rivalry between the two stores back in the day. And I can totally imagine the smell of purses. Another wonderful scent!

wheresmymind said...

No string for me...I'll take those yummy muffins though ;)

amisha said...

these look so good! your baking always inspires me!

kaylee said...

Ummm I love blueberry muffins!I want to be a chef when I grow up!

Susan said...

Oh, my gosh, I can't tell you how many times my family has sat at the table lamenting the closing of department stores--Filene's, Peerless, Jordan Marsh, etc. Why is that? I think it's their longing for some more peaceful past (even if it is romanticized),and I never tire of hearing them. Love the muffins too!

(I didn't know what the password was for your other site, so I left it here).

Anali said...

wheresmymind - LOL! You can have some with no strings attached!

amisha - Thank you! They were quite tasty. : )

kaylee - Me too! Did you make those cookies the last time?

susan - I guess we all do the same thing. Part of it too, might be that we suddenly realize how much things change and it kind of shocks us. I know it's been shocking me!

Gunfighter said...

I could have SWORN that it was "brown paper packages tied up with string"

Anali said...

gunfighter - LOL! : )

 
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