Ginger Cream

Cream, it's like super milk. It's what Superman uses for his Oreos. It's what Santa would drink if Mrs. Claus would let him. It's also the name of one of Eric Clapton's bands. . . That's quite the list in favor of cream. Now ginger. The Chinese have been using it for...

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Cranberry Bran

Health fanatics release your zeal! The cranberry bran muffin is everything you want your kids to grow up eating. When your neighbor comes over for coffee these will let them know you mean business when it comes to the welfare of your home, also, you could, if you were...

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Butter Pecan

(Toasted Pecans) The Pecan Tree is a large deciduous tree, but it out to be called a de-cidu-licious tree. Which is why Frank went to Fresno State University down in California, one of the world's foremost agriculture schools. There he learned to splice, and progress...

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Granpappy’s Ginger Snaps

Ginger, it's not just a hair color. It's a delicacy, a medicine, and a spice. Frank spent time in South-East Asia where he learned to cultivate this precious root while practicing a form of local baker-shamanism known as Dough-fu-zen. Needless to say, the ginger root...

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Pumpkin Cheesecake

"It's the Great Pumpkin Cheesecake muffin, Charlie Brown!" You won't spend much time with existential questions about the nature of Halloween after you take a bit of this muffin. The vital, earthy spice flavor of pumpkin is subtly offset with the thick and pleasant...

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Vanilla Nut Supreme

Vanilla Nut SUPREME!! After years of arcane study Frank climbed to the top of Mt. Erie and spoke an ancient language. The cosmos shook and pieces of it crumbled. He then took up the crumbles and brought them down from the mountain to his bakery where he covered the...

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Raspberry Peach

We say, "To peach his own". Everyone has the right to eat whatever muffin they like. You know, "Don't bread on me." This muffin is for those who walk their own path, sing in the car when other people are in it, sing in the shower when they have guests, and sing in...

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Dutch Delight

(Oatmeal, Coconut, Pecans, Raisins) Ah, the Dutch Delight. It sings of windmills, smells of the sweet land reclaimed by the delta works, is as pretty as any picture by Rembrandt. No one knows for sure, but it is rumored that a great great cousin of Franks new Vincent...

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Double Fudge Strawberry

Chocolate and fruit = good Chocolate and berries = better Chocolate and strawberries = most bestest Fudge and strawberries = good most bestest Double fudge and strawberries = good better most bestest muffin ever! It's just math people, delicious math. Double Fudge...

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Cinnamon Maple Oat

The Cinnamon Maple Oat muffin is traditional goodness to go. Consider this: If you were to bake cinnamon, a half-acre of oats, and an entire maple tree in a muffin tin, this goodly confection would be the result. Inspired by tales of cinnamon from Egypt and Sri Lanka,...

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Cinnamon Maple Swirl

  Whilst protecting the Canadian maple syrup collectors from the native Sasquatch, Frank’s cousin Harold, who was a captain for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, received this culinary baker’s delight as reward for his vigilance and general good nature. The...

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Strawberry Cheesecake

Strawberries and cheesecake: one succulent and rich, the other succulent and sweet. Frank played the strengths with this muffin by combining complimentary forces. The rich-sweet, sweet-rich, muffin is known for its healing powers. Not only that, but it's so popular in...

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Rhubarb Crisp

This muffin is for the person whose middle name is "Danger". This rhubarb delight will make the puny of belly rue the day they passed on its delicious bite. It is well known that the leaf of the rhubarb is toxic. Only for the brave and the bold. While many may eat the...

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Lemon Sunrise

After years of 9 to 5-ing, soccer matches, school,(death and taxes) that Sunrise might have lost its romantic splendor. If you ever even see it in the Northwest. But the people of the rainy Pacific are robust, endurable, and strong spirited: That's why Frank made the...

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Hazelnut Caramel Mocha

(Toasted Hazelnuts) Hazelnut, Caramel, Mocha: three of the most delicious earth-tones you'll ever eat brought together in a baker's painting that rivals the work of the Old Masters. Frank baked each pigment in a number of spices and natural ingredients, finely...

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CranRaspberry Walnut

(Toasted Walnuts) Now, we're not just making words up. But even if we were, the only difficulty you'll have in saying them is having your mouth full when you do. That's the problem with the CranRasberry Walnut muffin. It inspires bad manners, speculations into the...

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Cran-Orange Nut

(Toasted Walnuts) Nothing rhymes with Orange. Not one word in the whole language. But that's ok, because to make up for its phonic-isolation the bakers of the world (Frank Michaud being one of the finest) have soothed the lonely heart of the citrus fruit by pairing it...

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Cinnamon Maple Pecan

(Toasted Pecans) Combining all your favorite winter flavors this muffin is good for cold mornings and nostalgic summer days of rain. Here we have the northern maple, the southern pecan, and the orient cinnamon, all commingling in the best of democratic attitudes,...

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Chocolate Dipped Macaroons

Macaroooooooooons!! Chocooooooooooolate!! Yes, these muffins make people howling mad with werewolf muffin hunger madness. Is that a full mooooooooon!?!? It's the solar-eclipse-ing chocolate that triggers the transformation. You'll never see these muffins served on a...

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Buttercream Caramel

There are two words for clouds in Heaven: Buttercream and Caramel. Now Frank was studying in the Holy Land on a spiritual baker's crusade when he found himself on a ship sailing for the Sistine Chapel where he had a vision of sweet, delicious, edible nimbus clouds...

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Blueberry Peach

The density of this muffin is unrivaled in flavor and saliva inducing texture. Juicy peaches and ringing-bell shaped blueberries will make you want to sing. Except you won't be able to with your mouthful (disclaimer: not applicable for ventriloquists). The sweet...

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Banana Split

(Banana, Chocolate, Pineapple) Well, Fidalgo Island isn't going to be a tropical paradise for another hundred years and not ever if we have anything to say about Global Warming. But hey, that's ok with us. Frank Michaud, a huge proponent of the Green Movement has...

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Apricot Raspberry

The apricot is one of, if not the, most ancient cultivated fruits in the epoch of human history!! Well, what's that got to do with anything? Easy, Frank Michaud has modeled his muffin on the complex of cave paintings found in Lascaux (Southern France) where he found...

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Strawberry Rhubarb

Ah, the love tale of the Strawberry and the Rhubarb encased in a floured destiny. This is of higher stuff than Romeo and Juliet. A Montigue wanted to marry a Capulet, but here a Rhubarb wanted to be a berry. Alas, it could never be so. So, to ease the that tragedy...

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Strawberry Bran

Bran... that healthy thin some people say they like and "healthy" people eat with "pleasure". Your dog won't touch the stuff and neither will kids. Well, there's something to those rumors, but don't let them be the final word on Bran. What about the vast potential in...

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Rhubarb Peach Cobbler

Now before you start thinking that Frank ruined a perfectly fine Peach Cobbler muffin by mixing in some leftover celery he accidentally stained with beat-juice, you might reconsider this thing called RHUBARB. Yes it's a plant, but it's a delicious plant with a bitter,...

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Pralines & Cream

(Toasted Pecans) Sugar-nuts and cream. Hooray! Muffin stuffs and cream. Hooray! What else can you say about a muffin that leaves its eaters speechless, comatose in cream-conundrum, pale in the face of paradisaical-praline flavor? Hardly anything at all. We'll let the...

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Fresh Raspberry

Ah, the raspberry, berry of the rose. At least of the same genus. Well, here's a plus, Frank picked all of the thorns off by hand! So when we say this muffin is made with his blood, sweat, and tears. . . were exaggerating because that would be against health code: and...

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Cranberry Cream

This muffin combines the complexity of the cranberry (not dried raisins!) with the thick rich texture and flavor of cream. Mmmmm... Delicately contrived the cream is mixed with the greatest of ritual observances. Mixed until liquid river cream-creek smoothness, and...

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Chocolate Macadamia

(Toasted Macadamia Nuts) The Macadamia nut, arguably the king of nuts is said to be an ancestor of Frank's, a once Macedonian prince who was transformed into a nut by a jealous goddess. Well, misfortune aside this is the greatest thing to happen to the muffin world...

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Banana Toasted Oats

After running away to work on a plantation in South-America, the then young French-Canadian baker to be, Frank Michaud, developed an affinity for the banana. He came to respect its relative simplicity in construction and flavor, while remaining cognizant of its...

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Tropical Peach

(Pineapple, Coconut) While juicy and sweet, the peach is not often associated with tropical symbolism like its equally juicy and sweet counterpart the pineapple, and its tropical relative the coconut. Well, Frank's never let cliches and stereotypes get in the way of...

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Triple Chocolate Raspberry

Be brave and try not to explode. Yes, the word "triple" precedes the word "chocolate" and yes "chocolate" is followed by the word "raspberry". Breathe. If they were fatal Frank wouldn't sell them. So just breathe and between each bite count to...

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CranRaspberry

People often ask, "Do you pronounce the 's' in 'raspberry' like a 'z'?" and "Do you pronounce the 'p' in 'raspberry'?" Okay. . . no one asks that. But they've got to be thinking about it. What else would you think about while eating a CranRazp-berry muffin? Nothing,...

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Chocolate Covered Cherries

We could never tell a lie. Frank Michaud has chopped down every cherry-tree in sight to make these muffins. Not only that but he's shamelessly covered said cherries with chocolate. Well, we hope everyone feels better. The truth is in the muffin now. There's no going...

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Butterfinger

Let's get literal here: butter + finger. Never-mind, let's keep it metaphorical: butterfinger. Where butter equals all delicious ingredients in any baked good and muffin equals its current form, finger must then equal the method of consumption i.e. by...

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Boysenberry Peach

Boys love boysenberries and girls love peaches. Frank knows that. So when your children are likely to argue about one getting one thing and the other getting something else, well, you can get them uni-gender muffin and nip that argument in the bud. "You both get...

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Almond Joy

(Almond Extract) Coconut and chocolate and almond and muffin. Joy is right! What else would you call it? If you take another bit you might be able to call it an Almond Rejoice. Sounds complicated though. Besides when once your brain is overloaded with messages from...

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Vanilla Caramel

For this muffin, which their is nothing vanilla about, Frank went to Mexico. Once there he lived within a traditional Aztec village where he learned to grow, harvest, and process vanilla beans straight from the vaina. This precious gift from the gods is balanced...

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Peach Cobbler

All the way from the Kunlun Shan Mountains, Frank Michaud brought the peaches to cobble together this muffin. He then traveled through Persia where he learned the medicinal properties of the peach. There the peach is called The Persian Apple, so Frank does a little...

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Milk Chocolate Praline

(Toasted Pecans) French settlers dispossessed in the French-Indian War settled in Louisiana where they brought this wonderful praline recipe.  But things got out of control in the Big Easy and chefs started using almonds instead of pecans! (Gasp!) Ah, but wait, a...

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Maple Pecan Crunch

(Toasted Pecans) l'Unifolie, or "the one-leafed" pecan crunch is a homage to the national flag of Canada. In-fact, anytime Frank has these muffins in the store the ground is considered Canadian territory and an official embassy of the Quebec government. This...

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Fresh Strawberry

You'll love this muffin, not to mention strawberries look like little hearts! And they're fresh too! That's why this muffin is often called "the little heart muffin", or for your sad friend who always has you paying for everything anytime you go out, "the little...

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Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

We strongly believe too much of a good thing is great! That's why we, now listen... that's why we dipped, I said dipped our strawberries in CHOCOLATE! We revel in the delight of dessert. We bake under the spell of muffin madness. And we do it all for you! This...

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Chocolate Cream

I scream, You scream, We all scream for chocolate-cream! After many years in the Chaco desert thinking about dessert, Frank finally formulated a recipe that would allow him to put chocolate-cream pie into a muffin. Not only that but this muffin completely defies the...

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Blue Raspberry

Also known as the "white-bark raspberry" the blue raspberry is known for its delicate blue skin and equally delicate sweet taste. Which makes it comparably the Jazz music of muffins. The subtle tones and improvisational nature of nature have created jumping...

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Blackberry Rhubarb

Knowing full well that rhubarbs are technically vegetables Frank very cunningly added blackberries to the mix so that kids would eat his muffin. And contrary to the name rhu-barb does not mean that you will rue anything or be stung by it. Unless like most people...

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Blackberry Cobbler

They say that in the North-West you can watch blackberries grow. For some people they're such a problem that gardens are overrun, acreage is lost, even houses are swallowed whole by them. Well, after 22 years training as a druid, Frank Michaud learned to tame the...

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Apple Raspberry

It is rumored that these muffins are made from Golden Apples and Ruby Raspberries. So imagine, somewhere there is a splendid orchard where the apple boughs hang heavy with gilded fruit, where vines crawl with crystalline cardinal gems. And there is a keeper of order...

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Almond Poppyseed

(Almond Extract) This treat, though long since assimilated in the Americas, is of oriental origin. So while studying the mythology behind the poppy and the almond Frank decided to get back to the source of almond poppyseed muffin production. Once in the far-East he...

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White Chocolate Cheesecake

Let's break it down. Firstly, "cheese" "cake". Doesn't sound like a good idea does it? Wrong. It's delicious. Secondly, "white" "chocolate". What, are we just making paradoxes for fun now? No! Also delicious. Point-in-case, don't let quote-unquote "logic" tell you...

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Raspberry Cheesecake

While on an archaeology trip to Rome after recieving a MacArthur Fellowship, Frank found what he thought were the medical writings of Greek physician Aegimus. What he really found was the first known mention of cheesecake since the invention of writing. Intending to...

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Mint Chocolate Chip

We're always trying to sell these muffins. They're in mint condition, though they do have some chocolate on them. Overall we feel like it's a pretty good deal. The integrity of the muffin is in no way compromised or damaged, though they were subjected to fire and/or...

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Lemon Raspberry

Raspberry coupled with the teeth-whitening power of lemons. Eating muffins has never been better for your appearance, or for your hygiene! Proportionately, as the lemon whitens your teeth, the raspberry will redden your tongue and gums, making your teeth even whiter...

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Hazelnut Pecan Delight

(Toasted Pecans & Toasted Hazelnuts) "Do you know the muffin man?" "The muffin man?" "Yes, the muffin man." "Who lives at the corner of Hazelnut and Pecan?" Don't confuse our wonderful North-American muffins with those made on Drury Lane. Drury sounds a lot like...

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Ebony & Ivory

What if you were told the eternal battle between good and evil had ended in a most delicious muffin, or that the Jedi and the Sith had resolved all their philosophical disputes and joined forces under one banner? Or what if you were told that scientists had discovered...

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Dutch Apple Pie

All the way from Holland this baked phenomenon of artistry and refinement is just as spectacular and time honored as the finest of Dutch works by Van Gogh, Vermeer, and Rimbrandt. When he originally created this muffin Frank called it the Rimmeergogh. But that's...

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Cran-Raspberry Bran

Bran... good for you, and one of those things that prompts people to say, "...why is everything that's good for you taste so bad!" But come, come. We're all adults (not really), we can eat bran. Well, for those of us with a humbler disposition Frank Michaud has very...

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Nutty Irishman

(Toasted Pecans) This wild muffin traces it origin back to 19th century playwright and poet Oscar Wilde, who is related (vicariously through a chain of definite and ambiguous relations) to owner Frank Michaud, four times removed. The subtlety of the flavor is...

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Morning Glory

(Apples, Granola, Cranberries, Pecans, Cashews) No act against noxious weeds is going to stop the spread of this invasive muffin. This wonderful hippy delight fits all the great things about Washington state in the palm of your hand: apples, granola, cranberries,...

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Maui Wowie

(Chocolate, Coconut, Pineapple, Toasted Macadamia Nuts) It's exactly how it sounds with this muffin. Imagine: you're on an island, it's in the Pacific, (it's not Maui or even the big island). In-fact, it's above the 40th parallel, rainy, cold most of the year, and far...

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Double Fudge Cheesecake

It's nearly impossible to fudge this muffin. You might say there's nothing cheesy about this hand-held cake. You might even enjoy a double pun on it's name as much as you enjoy its rich flavor. But seriously, this muffin is drawn from a recipe passed  down generations...

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Creme Brulee

(Yep... Just like the dessert) Only the French could burn something and have it end up tasting great. Likewise only a French-Canadian could burn something, make a muffin out of it, and sell it to Americans! This international masterpiece of mishap is every bit as...

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Coffee Toffee

(Toasted Pecans) There's nothing like a rhyming muffin. Especially when the word toffee doesn't even have a explanation in the dictionary. This tasty, confection mixed cake-good is Lewis Carroll approved. Full of fantasmagorical flavor this muffin may or may not make...

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Chocolate Orange Blitz

Chocolate thunder and orange lightening combine to create this blitz-ful muffin. Your taste buds will quake before its muffin might. The thunder-god himself (whose personal baker Frank got the recipe from) eats three hundred of these cakes a day to give himself power!...

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Boysenberry Delight

(With White Chocolate) Warning! Not to be confused with "poison berries". This hybrid berry combines genes from raspberries, black berries and Loganberries. It's really the closest thing you're going to get to a snozberry. And seeing as how Frank Michaud put them in...

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Apple Oatmeal Spice

Oatmeal's for horses! So Frank decided to spice it up a little, add some apple, and muffi-fize the whole thing. Now you can help your heart and enjoy the taste. No doubt about it, this muffin will be the apple-oatmeal-spice of your eye. Pay yourself with each bite of...

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French Vanilla Mocha

This French Vanilla Mocha is baked in perfect balance. The light of the vanilla is brought to harmonious fusion with the dark of the mocha. This complimentary union is the yin and yang of the muffin world. Call is zen, or the middle-path, the way, the Tao, the zone,...

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Pumpkin Spice

Trick-or-Treat pumpkin lovers. Say 'Hello' to the Jack O' Lantern of muffins. This delightful autumn flavored cake makes dead-leaves look merry with its brilliant flavor and nostalgic fall-provoking scent. Also good for rainy days during summer: pumpkin spice to cope...

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Peaches & Cream

Peaches & Cream is an expression that implies an ideal paradise. And rightly so. That's why Frank Michaud got the recipe in the first place. To bring us back into Eden one bite at a time. Written in Birdsong, this recipe is thousands of years old. Apparently it...

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Orange Cranberry

No, there's no such thing as an orange cranberry. . . at least there wasn't! Not only is there an orange cranberry but it's been baked into a muffin. This giddy treat combines the citrus with the bitter-sour in a complex democracy of flavors. So democratic in-fact...

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Lemon Cream

Mythology says that the Sun was made of lemon cream. And on day a young man (Frank) went to the Sun to find out and to eat it if it were. But the Sun didn't want to be eaten. So Frank made a deal with the Sun. As long as the Sun showed its face in Anacortes at least 3...

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High Energy Bran

(Dates, Carrots, Zucchini, Toasted Walnuts, Raisins) More like high voltage bran! Dates! Carrots! Zucchini! Toasted Walnuts! Raisins! Bran! You can't even talk about it without energy! The muffin made from solar powered goodies, is used by NASA and is the official...

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Good Start Bran

(Apples, Carrots, Walnuts, Raisins) Bon debut, as the French say. Full of natural sugars, vitamins, and precious minerals, this muffin is raisin' Cain. It'll literally make you off the wall-nuts. Not only do its apples contain the knowledge of good and evil, but its...

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Coconut Cream Pie

One of many such muffins, this handy cake consumable is inspired by the delicious dessert. Like its predecessor the Coconut Cream Pie, this muffin has no inedible, impenetrable husk, just the soft white meat baked on-high to glorious delectable taste. Not to mention...

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Chocolate Frenzy

(Chocolate, Coconut, Toasted Pecans) Chocolate Frenzy... is there any other kind! It's not enough to satisfy your taste-buds, when you'er in a frenzy you need some crunch. This muffin's got coconut shavings and toasted pecans to satisfy your tastes and your teeth. It...

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Banana Nut

(Toasted Walnuts) This is the craziest muffin of them all! It's absolutely bananas, completely nuts! Off the wall-nuts! We're not bluffin' about this muffin. Take a bite and see if you don't turn yellow and fall in love with Art Nouveau. Or see sunflowers like Vincent...

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Apple Cranberry Cobbler

No, Frank didn't bake a shoemaker into a muffin with apple and cranberry. Even if it were delicious it's decidedly immoral. Instead this muffin is the most confounded breakfast treat you'll ever eat. Firstly, cobbler in a muffin: half as messy, twice as easy to eat....

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Raspberries & Cream

Cream and raspberries mixed into a muffin. There's nothing more simple and nothing more delicious. This delicate confection derives its flavor from a subtle aggregate of natural ingredients like raspberries and cream. The cream is made from the milk of the Oxen of the...

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Triple Chocolate Silk

A long, long. . . long time ago there was a road stretching all the way from China, through the orient east, across the mountains and deserts of the Middle East, around the shores of the Mediterranean, and into Europe. On this road came silk. Now, at another date a...

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White Chocolate Raspberry

For the rare few who do not love chocolate, here is a more than fair alternative. This muffin is absolutely divine. The white chocolate drizzled like sweet rain on top of these luscious raspberry delicacies providing a sweetly off-set, grounded deliciousness of the...

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Blueberry

Classic Blueberry. Doesn't get much better than that. The blueberry muffin is like Stonehenge, it's been around forever, no one knows who made it, and it has become the symbol of an entire culture. Yes, Stonehenge is analogous to Blueberry muffins. And it's no...

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Orange Bliss

Citrus muffin mayhem is what this is. The Orange Bliss is one of the most exotic, yet natural, muffins baked in The Store. This muffin is compliments any coffee or tea and is subtly blended with a flavorful muffin mix that enhances the orange while bringing harmony to...

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Blueberry Bran

This our blueberry "brand" of bran. This muffin puts intellect first, bran over brawn you might say. (Pause for laughs. . .) But seriously, this cultured muffin is the delight of any NPR radio personality and the equal favorite of their jazzed filled, hushed-voiced...

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Cran-Blueberry

Cran-Blueberry Muffin a Play  Characters Cran - a berry that looks like a raisin Frank Michaud - a baker Blueberry - a blue berry SCENE ONE Cran: "Hey, Blueberry, I'm glad we're friends." Blueberry: "Me too, Cran. I wish there was some way we could always be together,...

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Very Berry

(Blueberry, Raspberry, Boysenberry) The Very Berry is like a nightclub for berries. Or so it would appear and that's exactly what Frank wants the berries to think. Because the minute they enter into the nonchalant "club" which is in-fact an oven, Frank slams the door...

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Snickerdoodle

Snickerdoodlesnickerdoodlesnickerdoodle - say that three times fast! Or just get a snickerdoodle muffin and munch three of those fast. Your pick. We hope you'll choose the second because Frank has taken the liberty of synthesizing the world famous cookie into a...

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Lemon Poppyseed

The poppyseed is one of the oldest most ancient seeds in the history of all humanity! The lemon. . . not so much. But that's okay though, because Frank isn't all snooty about mixing fabled flowers with lemons. The result is the classic Lemon Poppyseed Muffin. Not only...

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