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As I was browsing The Kitchn's site the other day, I came across this recipe, and the pictures were so appealing that I decided to try these this weekend. So, tonight I baked Cheddar and Leek Muffins.

I liked the idea of savory muffins versus sweet. So many baked goods are sweet, so having a savory option was nice. These will be nice for meal accompaniment or lunches, or if you don't want a sweet start to your morning.

Also, for breakfast this morning I made Blarney scones, from one of those Katie Reilly packages. I made it per the directions, but next time will portion the wet stuff, rather than tipping it all in at once, as it was so ridiculously wet and sticky that I ended up adding in probably about a cup of all purpose flour to be able to get it off my hands and to anything resembling kneading consistency, as required. I'm also used to Devonshire scones, which I make from scratch, and which aren't sweet, as these are.

So, the former, highly recommended. The latter, not so much.

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Date: 2011-02-06 06:24 pm (UTC)
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Wow, those look great. What a good idea to bake them in parchment. Yum.

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Date: 2011-02-06 08:07 pm (UTC)
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The parchment (especially the brown recycled paper type) does add a really delightful rustic touch. I actually had to use parchment paper as I didn't have muffin/cupcake papers, or didn't know where they were.


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