Peel it, chop it, steam or boil it and turn it into muffins, or pie, or biscuits or a curry or soup.
And if you love the muffins at Starbucks, boy, does that turn out to be alarming news.
These are served up on English muffins, which is a nice little twist.
The flavor of these muffins seems to improve if they are eaten a couple of hours after baking.
The Hilton ballroom overflowed with some 3,800 guests who paid $175 each to munch on fruit and muffins.
These are really as good as the muffins I ate at a wonderful week-end party a fortnight ago.
First we talked about the weather, next about muffins and crumpets.
The error greatly gratified this lady, who, familiarly, was known as muffins.
"A godson of mine," said the noble Count, when interrogated over his muffins.
Here, if you're through breakfast, I want you to step with this plate of muffins to Mrs. Cudlip.
"light, small cake made with eggs," 1703, moofin, possibly from Low German muffen, plural of muffe "small cake;" or somehow connected with Old French moflet "soft, tender" (said of bread). Muffin top in reference to waistline bulge over tight, low jeans is attested by 2005, from resemblance to baked muffins from a tin.
A woman's breasts (1950s+)
A young girl, esp one's girlfriend (1856+ Canadian)