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Wilson Farms' Cheese English Muffins

Chris VR Nov 15, 2013 12:12 PM

I'm always reluctant to rave about these here because I'm worried there will be a run on them, but since I just stocked up, this is as good a time as any...

I adore these! Sort of crumpety in texture, lightly cheesy. They're in the refrigerator case to the right of the pastry area, 4 to a pack for $4.59 or $4.99. A bit pricey for an English muffin but one half, toasted and topped with a perfectly fried egg has become a favorite breakfast around here. Also lovely just toasted with butter.

  1. BostonZest Nov 15, 2013 12:59 PM

    I love those as well.

    I remember a Mrs Kavanaghs English Muffin cheese version from childhood that we would use to make toaster oven pizzas. I have to admit I have made a very upscale version of that old time favorite out of Wilson's muffins.

    I've also enjoyed them with a modified Irish breakfast.

    Penny
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    1. GretchenS Nov 15, 2013 01:58 PM

      they are also great toasted and then with some Huntsman cheese melted on top, I just happen to know...

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        bear Nov 15, 2013 02:12 PM

        Or lightly buttered, with melted Cabot Extra Sharp sliced cheddar on one half, and crisp smoky bacon and an over easy egg on the other. A fabulous breakfast sandwich.

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          fantundo Nov 15, 2013 04:52 PM

          I have to stock up whenever my nephew is coming to town (in fact, there are some in my freezer for Thanksgiving). He considers two to be the very minimum serving.

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            marilu Nov 16, 2013 04:02 PM

            They sound wonderful. Wish I lived closer to Wilson Farms.

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              chompie Nov 19, 2013 09:05 AM

              whats the texture? Are they chewy, fluffy, etc?

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                GretchenS Nov 19, 2013 03:08 PM

                The OP's description of crumpety in texture is a good one. They are not as crisp as traditional English muffins.

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              fantundo Nov 19, 2013 05:27 PM

              I would describe them as yeastier than the usual English muffin. The cheese is absorbed into the batter rather than being chunks in the muffin.

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