Have some tea
crumpets, gov?


 Crumpets... or what we call "English Muffins"

     There is quite a history to Crumpets and I will leave that to your readings. Some folks say it dates as
     far back as the 13th century and others say that the definitive beginning was sometime in the 18th. To
     me it really doesn't matter, except to say they are delicious and one of my favorite morning breakfast
     and snack items!

    Some recipes call for no eggs or more flour or no butter or various amounts of baking powder... but the
    truth is that you need some baking soda to give the famous bubbles that we are all so found of in this country!
    When you read that various English chefs, home bakers and critics make their own Crumpets... then you know,
     that making them fresh is one of the hidden secrets!

     Plus it is fun to make! Enjoy! -- Roger



Our Version:

3 cups flour
1 1/2 cups milk
1 cup water
1 egg
1 package dried yeast
2 tablespoons butter
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2  teaspoon baking soda

corn meal for rolling biscuits



The Process:

1) bowl: mix warm milk, warm water, melted butter
 and dissolved yeast and 1 egg -- mixed well

2) add : salt, baking powder and baking soda and

3) on a medium heat place buttered rings on a
 flat plate ( I use a non stick  pancake pan) and a
llow to heat

4) poor combined mixture into each ring ( I use a ladle)

5) watch for bubbles to show and then flip and
 cook the other side

6) remove from grill and cool on wire rack

7) toast and enjoy with ample butter and
jams... or save for another day


 mixing the wet with the dry!

setting aside the batter for one hour... or so....



heating up the rings!

cooking a trial batch... for scientific purposes they will be eaten!

flipped and cookin!

rolled in corn flour and coolin'

enjoy now!

save for another day!