Real Welsh Scones
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Dylan Thomas quotes (Welsh Poet, short-story Writer and Playwright, 1914-1953)
many great recipes here-see one below
Myself and a group of bloggers ( none i know) have decided to bake our way thru all 150 recipes (?) of this book.
I have baked scones only once in school. However, I love them. My favorite, are the dried blueberry , from …Publix. I know! ..SHAME ON ME! However, they are light,and something about the texture, i love…and not dry as dust. I recently found out some Publix sweets are made by some one else off premises, and just baked in house. ( I will be on a mission ..along with finding the recipe for calypso cookies)
Basic ingredients – flour, sugar, milk, salt, egg, butter, cream of tarter.
Mix dry, cut in butter slowly to make course crumbs, add wet, mix. Very much like biscuits.
Lemon Cornmeal Scones with Dried Cherries
Though I would probably eat (and enjoy) anything made from cornmeal, these scones are particular favorites. The flavor of the dried cherries really complements the slight sweetness of the cornmeal.
Makes 12 scones
1 cookie sheet or jelly-roll pan covered with parchment or foil
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