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Old 27-08-2011, 12:39 AM posted to alt.usage.english,rec.food.baking
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Default the sweetness of scones

On 26/08/11 6:47 PM, Leslie Danks wrote:
John Holmes wrote:

Richard Bollard wrote:
On Thu, 25 Aug 2011 10:51:56 +0800, Robert Bannister
wrote:

On 24/08/11 7:16 PM, CT wrote:
Jonathan de Boyne Pollard wrote:

That's what you get for calling them "biscuits". If you called
them "scones" like the South Africans, you'd be able to put
raisins, blackberries, blackcurrants, cranberries, or even spinach
in them.

http://stockfood.co.za./image-pictur...es-321958.html
http://stockfood.co.za./image-pictur...es-455702.html

http://stockfood.co.za./image-pictur...rtisan-Scones-

at-a-Farmer%27s-Market-692552.html

http://stockfood.co.za./image-picture-Homemade-Currant-

Scones-383889.html

http://stockfood.co.za./image-pictur...ked-cranberry-

scones-443243.html
http://stockfood.co.za./image-pictur...es-358545.html

Oooh, I've never tried putting spinach in them! I must try that...

Add a bit of cheese too.

Fetta cheese goes well.


Yes, or pumpkin and sundried tomato.

Is sundried tomato a sub-set of all tomato?


You take all and sundry and subtract the tomato.

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Robert Bannister