Cheddar Scones, news and strange bits — 13 Comments

  1. You can still invite your neighbour over for an aperitif to thank them. French likes apertif.
    So far my scones turned out awful. Still don’t know where I got it wrong. ๐Ÿ™

  2. How the news of having test kits was accepted there?
    Lovelu scones, I love savory scones and make them from time to time too. I like the addition of oatmeal, should try it some day.

  3. Mmm, these look delicious for any time of day! Especially love the addition of sage.

  4. Scones make me drool. Better offer drinks and pupus in Hawaii. Same deal. All the help you want but make time to party afterwards or at least “talk story”.

  5. Jenn and Seth, I love adding sage to bread!
    Robert, hope you like them.
    Cooking Ninja, one was a little young for an apero….. As to the scones, minimum handling is the key.
    Marina, I haven’t heard anyone complain. For the most part, if it’s not expensive, the French are pretty accepting of this sort of thing…
    manningroad. I should have had the scones…. or even some biscuits. We just never have that in the house!
    Penny, yes, yours looked perfect for my morning coffee!
    Part Time House Wife, I’m rather fond of it, too. Not always easy to find here (it’s not a French cheese, after all)
    Cindy, I usually go for the savory, too. And anything with sage.
    Mary Ellen, we use a lot of sage at our house!
    Phoenicia, well, I did pay them…. but if there’s a next time I’ll be better prepared…. Coca for the kid, pastis for the adults… and some cookies ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. anickh – breakfast oats, the kind humans eat…. depending on where you live that would be oats or oatmeal LOL