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To Brandon, with nutmeg

There is only one thing that I need to say to convey the state of myself and my kitchen, and that is this: Brandon is boarding a plane to Seattle tomorrow with a one-way ticket. Oh, baby.

It was not quite a year ago today—about 51 weeks ago, to be precise—that I first introduced him here, served up with a side of nutmeg muffins. Sometimes I forget how improbable our story is, and how uncertain it could have felt—because it didn’t, and because we made it possible. I remember telling someone, shortly after I met him, that Brandon was like magic, that he could make things happen. He does, every day. He reminds me of something that my mother once told me about my father: that one of the things she loved about him was that she could learn so much from him. I know what she means.

I used to think that I had a good dowry: I can roast a mean chicken; I make a delicious chocolate cake; I can quote Minor Threat and Lionel Richie; I can find my way around Paris and Oklahoma City; and I stand to someday inherit a stunningly ugly ceramic boar that my father swore is worth a lot of money. But when Brandon gets off that plane, he brings with him more than I could have ever thought to want or to be. There are his cold soba noodles with that spicy peanut-and-citrus sauce, his well-drawn espressos, and his skill at sneaking bags of salt-and-vinegar potato chips into the grocery cart when my head is turned; the sweet smell of his conditioner, his dark curls, and his eye for vintage champagne glasses and $30 KitchenAid mixers; that Caetano Veloso song he always sings in the shower, the crease in the top of his nose, the way he throws his head back and laughs when he tastes a mouthful of something good. There’s the way he ties his shoes, just like my dad; his saxophone named Ella, his homemade salsas and pizzas and beer; the horrible mess he makes of the kitchen counter, and the way he once spelled out my name in leftover pizza dough while I sat on the couch, unsuspecting, watching Six Feet Under and ignoring him. There’s his chana masala, his compassion and his snark, and his love for my father, who he never met. There’s the mischievous look in his eye when he turns to me at midnight and asks if I want a chocolate malt; the radishes and the butter and the salt; and the way he asks me to marry him, over and over, almost every day.

Oh, baby. You give me so much to be grateful for. Thank you. Thank you for you, and especially for loving me even when I cry over brownies and then try to give you the silent treatment. You know how I feel about brownies, and about you. I’m so glad that I get to love you every day.

Nutmeg Doughnut Muffins
Inspired by Columbia City Bakery, Seattle, WA, and adapted from Kathleen Stewart of the Downtown Bakery & Creamery, Healdsburg, CA

The only thing better than a wonderfully food-obsessed New Yorker is a wonderfully food-obsessed New Yorker who lives in Seattle, and the only thing better than a nutmeg muffin is a nutmeg doughnut muffin. Oh baby, indeed. These are exactly what they sound like, and better: something akin to doughnut batter, but baked, brushed with butter, and rolled in powdered sugar. They may look a little rumply and worse for the wear, but with their light, fragrant crumb and fried-but-not flavor, this is one very holy union of muffin, doughnut, and cake. It’s one of those recipes to write with permanent ink into your “special breakfast” repertoire. It’s for Brandon.

For muffins:
3 cups unbleached all-purpose flour
2 ½ tsp baking powder
¼ tsp baking soda
Scant 1 tsp salt
½ tsp freshly ground nutmeg
¾ cup plus 1 Tbs whole milk
2 Tbs buttermilk
1 ½ sticks (6 ounces) unsalted butter, at room temperature
¾ cup plus 2 Tbs granulated sugar
2 large eggs

For topping:
4 - 6 Tbs unsalted butter
1 ½ - 2 cups powdered sugar

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, and set a rack to the middle position. Spray a standard-size muffin tin with cooking spray.

In a medium bowl, combine the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and nutmeg, and whisk to mix them thoroughly. Set aside.

Combine the milk and the buttermilk in a measuring cup, and set aside.

Place the butter in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment (or, alternatively, in a large mixing bowl with electric beaters nearby), and beat on medium speed for a few seconds, until the butter is soft and creamy. With the motor running, add the sugar in a steady stream. Continue beating, scraping down the sides of the bowl once or twice, until the mixture increases in volume and lightens to pale yellow. It should look light, fluffy, and wonderfully creamy, like frosting. This could take a couple of minutes. Add the eggs one at a time, beating until they are just combined.

With a wooden spoon, mix ¼ of the flour mixture into the butter mixture. Add 1/3 of the milk mixture. Continue to add the dry and wet ingredients alternately, ending with the dries. Mix until the dough is smooth and well combined, but do not overmix.

Divide the batter between the cups of the muffin tin. Bake until the muffins are firm to the touch and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean, about 25-32 minutes.

When the muffins are cool enough to handle, prepare the topping: melt the butter in the microwave or on the stovetop, and pour the powdered sugar into a deep bowl. Using a pastry brush and working one muffin at a time, lightly brush the entire outside of the muffin with butter, and then roll it in the powdered sugar. Shake off any excess, and place the finished muffins on a rack or serving platter. Serve.

Note: These muffins are best on the day that they’re made, but they’re still awfully good on the second day—much better than the usual day-old muffin or stale doughnut. And for those who like advance planning, also note that this batter keeps, covered and chilled, for up to three days.

Yield: 12 muffins


Anonymous Leah said...

Molly. You just made me cry.

I can't even finish this comment, except to say I hope you and Brandon share nutmeg scented kisses for eternity.

3:10 PM, June 18, 2006  
Anonymous kate said...


3:43 PM, June 18, 2006  
Blogger Helene said...

What q beautiful story. We are celebrating our 8th anniversary and I am happy to report that I still feel exactly the same about my husband.
Lucky for him, you added a great doughnut-muffin recipe that I will try tonight.
Thank you for your blog and congratulations to you both!

3:49 PM, June 18, 2006  
Blogger Garrett said...

I do have some bottles of nutmeg and mace a friend gave me. This might be the perfect way to finally use them!

5:37 PM, June 18, 2006  
Blogger juliebean said...

sweet, very sweet... (smiles)

7:00 PM, June 18, 2006  
Blogger johanna said...

I'm going to read the improbable story right now. I love the way you described the things you love about your young man. He sounds wonderful. and oh, the hair! splendid! I'm so happy for you :) I should make a list like that about my silly cute one!

7:08 PM, June 18, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't believe how good those sound! I had a super greasy top pot today and was thinking their white trashiness needed to be refined. What better solution than a "donut muffin". I"m going to have to make these when I have a day off some day...maybe after we stop the U. District Farmer's market next week.

7:43 PM, June 18, 2006  
Blogger jenjen said...

Those nutmeg muffins look so good, but your ever growing love story is even better!!!*swoon*
Wish you two allt he best with all the wedding plans : )

7:53 PM, June 18, 2006  
Anonymous Tanna said...

Just knowing there are other people in the world who love with all their heart as much as I, makes the world seem a better place. Here's to love and the happiness and tears that make the world beautiful.
The muffins look like they won't hurt the world either.

9:07 PM, June 18, 2006  
Anonymous Anita said...

Just wanted to say I love the ode to your husband-to-be. So poetic and emotional - wish everyone in the world could be in love like that:) Thanks for sharing (the doughnut muffin recipe, as well!)

9:50 PM, June 18, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Molly! I'm stateside again, just days ago now. Your words kept me feeling cozy while I was away from home these three months past (even as they made me homesick for my kitchen!), but, well, gosh, reading this, I'm just all a-flutter with lurve for your story, with joy for you and Brandon, with the hope this scrumptious love story makes me feel. Thank you thank you!


p.s. I'm looking at several weeks at home with my family at the moment, and we've got some serious Molly-fostered Kitchen Time planned. Yippee!

10:16 PM, June 18, 2006  
Blogger pomegranate said...

Oh, baby. It's fantastic..

10:20 PM, June 18, 2006  
Blogger Catherine said...

That's beautiful. So beautiful. :)

12:34 AM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger wheresmymind said...

Muffins, cake AND quoting Minor Threat...wow, Brandon is one lucky guy ;)

3:59 AM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger s'kat said...

Sweet love, sweet life, sweet muffins! I think you've scored with this triple-header!

5:56 AM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger I need orange said...

I am a newcomer to your lovely blog, and at first I was afraid that his one-way ticket was *away* rather than *toward*.

I love the way the 'net and the web make it possible to find people we would never have known otherwise.


6:23 AM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger alisa said...

in mexico city now, baking american things (actually, i've discovered how american baking at home really is after living here for many months) for the man i'm also crazy about, it's always a delicious pleasure to read your recipes. having been raised by two people who were either born or became grown-ups in oklahoma, and then leaving new york for the person i wanted to love forever, reading your blog both fills my tummy and fills the need we all have to identify with someone else. thank you, molly, for both of those things. and cheers and salud to you and curly-locked brandon.

7:57 AM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger foodiechickie said...

sniff sniff. That is so heartwarming and sweet!!! Again congratulations!!!!!!

8:54 AM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger Amy said...

Oh blah blah blah about the recipe.. but thank you for the inspring love-note to Brandon, that makes me realize that while husband and I are each others favorite person, it has been a while since I have gushed like that about him, or to him and it made me want to run home and hug Tim.

8:55 AM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger Tea said...

Molly, you are brilliant! I can't believe you recreated that muffin from CC (and a good thing too, I was thinking of them wistfully the other day). Brandon is one lucky guy--well, you are both lucky. Here's wishing you a lifetime of sweet curly-headed happiness, with nutmeg.

10:34 AM, June 19, 2006  
Anonymous anna said...


i haven't commented in a while, but i still faithfully read 'orangette'. the story of you and brandon is one for the history books. thanks for sharing that side of you with us, your readers. congratulations on your engagement and the fact that your beloved is coming to stay.

all the best,

1:15 PM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger Alice Q said...

That's a great story - congratulations on your happiness! I definitely want to try this recipe, it sounds delicious. I have really been enjoying your blog - you are a fantastic writer!

6:19 PM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger stef said...

congratulations again molly :) i know the feeling of finally being able to just BE with your loved one. yay!

as for the nutmeg muffin recipe, mike has you to thank for it because you inspired me to make them tonight. esp on a monday night - your words are THAT powerful!

8:47 PM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger Rachael said...

This is just lovely...your blog makes me incredibly happy.

I'm looking forward to trying out the nutmeg recipe as well.

7:48 AM, June 20, 2006  
Blogger Tokyoastrogirl said...

Congratulations on finally being able to wake up each day knowing that one of you doesn't have to fly back to somewhere! Oh sweet sigh of relief!! Of course we do not expect to hear from you for awhile and we wouldn't have it any other way. Enjoy the start of your daily adventures together:).

10:19 AM, June 20, 2006  
Blogger Jenni said...

Molly -- What a beautiful story! It also made me very hungry, so I immediately ran to my kitchen and concocted a dairy-free version of those muffins for my dairy-allergic husband with almond milk and soy margerine. They were not quite as cakey as I imagine the real thing must be, but they are scrumptuous nonetheless. Merci!

2:12 PM, June 20, 2006  
Anonymous Samantha said...

There you go again Molly, making me all teary at the office. I love your writing about food as it is, but combine it with a perfect love story... oh, baby is right. Thank you for deciding to share all of what you love about Brandon with us, I feel privileged to read it. Glad to hear he'll be in Seattle soon.

(And those muffins... yum! I think I'll make some for the love of my life tonight, I'm sure he will enjoy them.)

2:30 PM, June 20, 2006  
Blogger Tony said...

This is so sweet! Love, happiness and long life.

2:52 PM, June 20, 2006  
Blogger astillac said...

Hurrah! Muffins and boys! Sounds good. ^__^ I wonder what combination of flours I would need to get the right texture? Hm...

Meanwhile, I'm getting a bit terrified of my wedding. Yikes.

3:59 PM, June 20, 2006  
Blogger kickpleat said...

i bet a one-way ticket never felt so good! i'm definitely making those muffins and i'm so happy for the both of you. what can i say, i'm a sucker for love!

5:33 PM, June 20, 2006  
Anonymous Julie said...

Mmmm...yummy. I love doughnut muffins, almost as much as I love love. May the glorious adventure on which you and Brandon are about to embark be filled with lots of both...

8:08 PM, June 20, 2006  
Blogger Marc said...

LOL! Who knew that nutmeg could be such a powerful thing...

8:25 PM, June 20, 2006  
Blogger Acme Instant Food said...

Congratulations to you and Brandon (sounds like a lucky man indeed!)

AND...cool muffin tins! Are they antique, or just ... well...cool?

8:40 PM, June 20, 2006  
Blogger Gourmetish said...

awww...congrats! Enjoy finally being together regularly and each other's annoying but cute habits. And enjoy those muffins because I desperately want one right now!

11:33 PM, June 20, 2006  
Anonymous fanny said...

What a sweet story!

3:59 AM, June 21, 2006  
Blogger iamchanelle said...

molly - what an incredibly moving post. thank you for opening your heart to a million strangers!

beautiful. :)

5:55 AM, June 21, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Molly, thank you for the delicious recipe. I made it the next day, and we thoroughly enjoyed it. It's a keeper. Good luck to you and Brandon. This is a wonderful post.

6:32 AM, June 21, 2006  
Anonymous spots said...

hey this is a lovely story. congratulations! marriage is highly recommended - take it from someone who took the plunge 2 yrs and 1 baby ago and still finds her love for her husband growing with each passing day :)

6:48 AM, June 21, 2006  
Blogger krysten said...

aaaawwwww! that is soooo sweet! and what a beautiful, sweet picture.

tender moments. :)

9:04 AM, June 21, 2006  
Blogger Mochene said...

That's the sweetest thing I've read in a long time.

Nice donuts too.

1:45 PM, June 21, 2006  
Anonymous J. Bo said...

Oh, golly, Miss Molly (and please forgive me for that corny indulgence)...

There's not much to add to all the loving support of the previous posters, but I have to say that Brandon sure seems like a "keeper," as we say in my family.

To wit:

Any man who knows the worth of a KitchenAid mixer-- and finds a good used one on the cheap!-- warrants serious consideration.

The fact that you find him worthy of such tasty baked goods (and that he's got some seriously cute hair) should pretty much seal the deal.

Happy, happy reunion, and may you not post again for at least a week!

7:40 AM, June 22, 2006  
Blogger lobstersquad said...

congratulations. It´s such a great story. I´m really happy for you.
Who´s going to play you in the movie?

8:27 AM, June 22, 2006  
Blogger Bright Phoenix said...

I'm a brand-new reader (came over from Da*Xiang) and instantly fell in love with the site. Your design is elegant and your posts are beautifull written. And those recipes are mouth-watering! I look forward to future posts.

10:53 AM, June 22, 2006  
Blogger Tony said...

By the way, these muffins are good and they really do taste like doughnuts. I made them yesterday and the recipe will certainly go into the hand written collection as Molly's doughnut muffins.

6:19 PM, June 22, 2006  
Anonymous J. Bo said...

Aren't they good, Tony? I made them yesterday (tho' I confess I used cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove, in that order, bowing to my sweetie's tastes), and the household is still in a carb-induced lethargy.

(Not that that's always a bad thing...)

11:37 PM, June 22, 2006  
Blogger David said...


If I buy a one-way ticket, do I get doughnut-muffins too? I guess I need to stop buying round-trip tickets when I come to Seattle.

11:50 PM, June 22, 2006  
Anonymous LPC said...

I raise a toast here in Paris to the both of you!

4:23 AM, June 23, 2006  
Anonymous Tana said...

So, so sweet.

10:23 AM, June 24, 2006  
Blogger a m y said...

that was a beautiful post...

8:55 PM, June 24, 2006  
Blogger Alice Q said...

Hi Molly - I made your muffins for brunch today, and they were a HUGE hit! The only thing I changed was I rolled them in granulated sugar with a little cinnamon, instead of the powdered sugar. Everyone wanted the recipe. Also, I baked them the night before, and re-heated just before serving - already rolled in the sugar and butter. It worked great. Thanks for the recipe and hope you guys are having a great time!!

2:41 PM, June 25, 2006  
Anonymous e said...

i'm at work, and i'm going to cry. my ex-boy-f, whom i am sure i still love (he left me for his reasons) ... well that's how i felt about him. every day was new with him. i am so touched to hear about your wondrous love.

9:36 PM, June 25, 2006  
Blogger Shaun said...

I just found your blog three days ago and this was the first recipe I made. The muffins are great! I like your writing too!

10:31 AM, June 26, 2006  
Anonymous bea at La Tartine Gourmande said...

Beautiful touching story Molly! I esp loved the note about "crying over brownies". I can relate...;-) Felicitations et plein de bonheur!

3:45 PM, June 26, 2006  
Blogger Culinarily Curious said...

What an absolutely lovely story. Thank you for sharing the story of your love -- and for reminding each of us lucky enough to share the love of another to be thankful for the gifts they bring to our lives every day.

11:41 PM, June 26, 2006  
Anonymous Luisa said...

You & Brandon are soooo sweet. Here's to one-way tickets and happily ever-afters! And you beat me to this recipe! Yet again, another one I've had printed out and saved for years.... ;) xx

8:25 AM, June 27, 2006  
Anonymous sally said...

What a sweet love story! Wishing you + your love a long life together!

6:18 PM, June 27, 2006  
Blogger Molly said...

Oh my goodness, what can I say? I should be thanking you, dear readers, and not the other way around. Writing for this site is such a pleasure - not only because I get to gush about the foods and people that I love, but also because the process of writing itself helps me to better understand why I love and care about these things. It's pretty magical. So thank you, every one of you, for reading.

Oh, and P.S. to AcmeInstantFood: Too funny that you should ask about my muffin tin! I found it underneath the stove of the apartment I lived in during my senior year of college. It was pretty nasty with cobwebs and things, but awfully pretty too...

12:06 PM, June 29, 2006  
Blogger Erielle said...

What a darling photograph of Brandon and you on top of the mountain! (The muffins look darling, too, or course.) Being completely unaware of the concept of dougnut muffins, I had to make these, and they were delicious. Doughnut muffins! How perfect! Thanks for the recipe.

10:25 PM, July 01, 2006  
Blogger Randi said...

I dont know why I havent found your blog before, but I didnt. Congrats though. I know the feeling. I have my own dark curly haired love. We met on a diary writing website while I was living in California and Robin was/is in Ontario, Canada. Flash forward 5 years later and we're married ( legally too) for 3yrs. We did the long distance thing too, for 13months. I did the moving though and I was estatic when I stepped off the plane into Robin's arms.

7:21 PM, July 02, 2006  
Anonymous Calli said...

This post made me smile and remember how I felt when my sweetheart bought his one-way ticket to be with me just over two years ago. He drives me crazy, but I love him more each and every day. I wish you both much happiness.

4:13 AM, July 06, 2006  
Blogger Both Fex said...

Kicking recipe! Not that I'm not happy for you and the curly-man, but for me it's all about the food and this recipe is unbelievable! An amazing crumb, this muffin is almost a cupcake. Brushed just the tops of the muffins with butter and powdered sugar and was a bit more generous with the nutmeg.

The children consumed them in a flash!

10:46 AM, July 06, 2006  
Anonymous Kit said...

I found your recipe for roasted chicken this week, and since I have wanted to learn how to roast one for a long time, I tried it. How fabulous! My husband and I couldn't stop raving about how juicy and flavorful the meat was. Thank you for sharing!

On a related note, the link to the recipe at seattlest doesn't seem to be working today ... I keep getting a blank page with big scroll bars.

12:42 PM, July 06, 2006  
Blogger Rosemarie said...

Love reading your blog! This entry was especially moving -- love is a spendid thing. But I also really wanted to comment that these muffins are fabulous, wonderful, a must-make!

1:03 PM, July 18, 2006  
Blogger LavaLady said...

Wonderful Muffins! Nice boy, too. I just found your site today (was it via Slashfood, maybe? The buckwheat cake.), and I made a batch of these for my bf (and, okay, me too). They are wonderful! I was actually going to go out and get some doughnuts this afternoon, but I made the muffins instead and I'm so very glad.

2:33 PM, July 20, 2006  
Anonymous Danielle said...

I finally got around to trying this recipe. The nutmeg flavor is a bit too subtle for my tastes, but the texture was absolutely fantastic. As I just returned from a trip to Hungary, where we found all the cakes to be too dry, I really appreciated thet moistness of these muffins. Thanks for posting about them! I will definitely be making them again, just with more intense spice mixes in.

And oh, your story is just beautiful.

6:53 AM, September 02, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Brandon was like magic":)?How many times have you seen the film Sleepless in Seattle:)?Me,I can´t count it:)And your story reminds me of that film quite a lot.From New York to Seattle...:)Thanks to you now I now that these things don´t happen only in films...:)That´s great!Congrats and good luck!

11:22 AM, January 26, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just tried these muffins and they're delicious -- almost as delicious as your story. I made two batches today -- the second, I added more nutmeg and then just a hint of vanilla. I'll probably dust the second batch with a bit of cinnamon/nutmeg mixed into the sugar mixture.

Love your blog, your stories, your recipes, and especially your ability to turn a humble muffin/salad/vegetable into something truly memorable.

9:27 PM, March 20, 2007  
Blogger payal said...

hi! love yr blog! it's so me too! i am a vegetarian, n wud love to know an alternate to the eggs?

5:01 AM, September 07, 2007  
OpenID mypapercrane said...

I just found your blog and I am in love with it! Someone on my flickr friends list had just posted a photo of these and I followed links back to this post. Your story made me cry--so lovely! I now have a batch of these muffins cooking in the oven--i just changed them ever so slightly to be vegan so my husband can eat them to (soy milk, egg replacer etc.)

9:09 AM, January 17, 2008  
Blogger LJoy said...

thank you for sharing these muffins and their story. Stephen made them for my birthday breakfast, and I posted about them today.
If you would like to look:
post: savoring every moment
They definitely made me feel special.
enjoy the day

8:37 AM, January 28, 2008  
Blogger LL said...

I just recently started blogging and am sooo glad I came across Orangette! Your writing style is superb and my husband absolutely flipped for these muffins. Awesome!

10:52 PM, February 06, 2008  
Blogger Lael said...

Molly, I appreciate how open you are in this blog, the glimpse into your blessed life that you allow us to see. I'm still slowly working through your archives since finding your site a year ago and this post (both in content and recipe) is one to remember. Sounds like you've got a great husband...he's got a lovely wife too. Okay, I'm beginning to feel a bit stalkerish, so I'll stop! I wish many happy years upon you both.

8:39 AM, September 28, 2008  
Blogger Holly Dart said...

molly, I read this when you first posted it, and many times since.

Thanks for the recipe and the lovely story

2:02 PM, October 15, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

While you are on hiatus I am making my way through your archives. I do not cry often but here I am at the kitchen table sniffling away . . . BTW plan to make the nutmeg muffins this weekend . . .

7:31 PM, May 27, 2009  
Blogger Michelle said...

o boy...that post was truly beautiful. i realize i am a little late reading it but it made me tear up. i am only 19 but have been with my boyfriend for four years. four blissfully amazing years. and i didnt no it was possible but i love him more after reading that because it just reminded me of everything that i love about him. i am going to make these muffins as soon as possible

1:23 AM, August 03, 2009  
Anonymous EdibleMarie said...


Out of all the food blogs out there, I think I love yours the most.

I came back this time after googling an itch for doughnut muffins.

7:31 PM, October 10, 2009  
Anonymous Laura R said...

this was lovely to read. even though i've been dating someone for almost two years, i can honestly say that we don't connect as much as you and brandon do. it's sweet, and you are very lucky.

7:00 AM, November 03, 2009  
Anonymous Shannon said...

Hi Molly,
Love your writing,recipes,your book! and love story. I mentioned these doughnut muffins to my friend hosting a baby shower and she made them! They are soooo-Yummy! She made them into mini muffins. We are wondering how to print just the recipe, she printed it and a bunch of extra pages followed, is there a print recipe we are not seeing?
Thanks so much, from two Flight Attendants from Wisconsin!

12:35 PM, February 10, 2010  
Blogger Amo said...

made these this morning and they are incredible,thanks so much!! i used soy milk instead of buttermilk and =yum
thanks :) xx

7:42 PM, September 23, 2011  

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