by Karen A. Harris 7 years ago
My son thought this would be a good question and would like to see your responses
by sunforged 8 years ago
So in a caffeine fueled hunger craze , I ate 6 muffin tops off a package of brand new deli fresh muffins. (leftover from my brothers prom)So now, I have 6 perfectly fine muffin bottoms -they are unappealing to look at and I will never eat them in their present form.Any suggestions for reinventing...
by ryankett 8 years ago
Hi All,For my 100th hub (yes I know that I only have 62, but my 100th hub is only about 4-6 weeks away!)....I will be featuring 100 hubs, chosen by 100 different hubbers, with upto 50 words by each explaining why they chose that hub. Please get involved people, you will each be getting a link to...
by breathe2travel 7 years ago
Do you prefer cookies or cake or muffins?
by Susannah Birch 7 years ago
What is the difference between cupcakes and muffins?Is there a difference? Are they different names for the same item in different countries?
by Annsalo 6 years ago
Ok so yesterday I put together this hub. Looking at it I can tell something is wrong, but I can not figure out what! Please tell me what I did wrong! Is it too short? Is there too many pictures for such a short recipe?http://annsalo.hubpages.com/hub/Easy-Ba … -Porkchops
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