Redneckhunter recounts the story well. A small coffee shop in Princeton, NJ, Small World Coffee, gets its start selling muffins made by a lady in town. They are amazing muffins. The proportion of blueberry and muffin is mindblowing. How does the muffin stay together?
The coffee place gets more well known for their coffee, and the lady decides to stop making the muffins full time. Now, these legendary blueberry muffins are only made on weekends. One tray only, and they are usually sold out by noon. Redneckhunter attributes this largely to some "regular" who sweeps in and buys half the tray each morning.
They still sell them everyday! I asked one of the managers, as I read this and was worried about B's sole source of fruit!
My whole post is based upon Redneckhunter's story. I do not make any claim of accuracy in his story of the muffin.
I believe there may be a bit of tall tale in this story... though they do sell out before 9 am most days!
Sweet fancy Moses I'm pretty sure it moved when I saw that second picture. Wow.
Be warned that on Mondays they sell another baker's blueberry muffins, when the mystery baker has the day off. Best muffins I've ever had, the regular ones.
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