We would gab about our lives and writing, and we'd gaze at the waves lapping the shore. We'd be proper and polite, share secrets and act silly; we'd be our authentic selves.
We would leave each other with lasting impressions and good-bye hugs that left indentations.
Since I can't gather you all at the beach, and shipping a muffin to all of you is out of the question, not to mention some of the beverages some of you would choose, I am inviting each of you to grab your favorite beverage and visit me at The Muffin. Please, will you leave a comment on their site?
It's not exactly a muffin, but I'd like to share a recipe with you that I recently tried.
Simple and simply delicious pin wheels:
Unroll the entire pack of dairy case extra large crescent rolls onto aluminum foil in one section.
Pinch the perforations closed.
Spread with cooked scrambled eggs. (I used five egg whites and one whole egg.)
Sprinkle with crushed, cooked bacon/crumbled sausage or both!
Top with shredded cheese.
Roll from the short end, jelly roll fashion as you remove from the foil.
Slice and bake at 350 degrees for 13-15 minutes.
Makes about 8-10 depending on how thick you slice yours.
If they seem loose when you roll them, give them a little squeeze, they will come out fine.
You can modify this in any way imaginable: fruit filling, sugar/cinnamon or any meat mixture.
These stored in fridge and reheated well. I am considering freezing some. They are addictive.
Now, will you please dash over to the The Muffin and read my post on Friday Speak Out!
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