Be inspired by ♥ International Scone Week 2016

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International Scone Week 2016 — 43 Comments

  1. Hi Tandy, you did inspire me to make scones this week, so I pulled out my grandmother’s scone recipe which I still have in her handwritten note. I posted about it here: http://fivebeansfood.com/my-grandmothers-scone-recipe/
    Elissa sharing the blog ♥ My grandmother’s scone recipeMy Profile

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    • Thanks so much for taking part and for sharing such a special memory 🙂

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  2. Well it’s been 2 years since I last participated, so thought it was time I did so again. Wasn’t sure how to send you my scone entry, so I’m leaving the link here. Hope that’s OK. http://tinandthyme.uk/2016/08/emmer-scones/

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    • That is perfect, and thank you for taking part!

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  4. I’m pretty pleased about this – I love an excuse to make & eat scones. I’ll have something up by the end of the week!

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    • Looking forward to your recipe Amanda 🙂

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  5. Hi Tandy.
    I’ll Sit back and vicariously bask in the baking done by Fiona@TIFFIN bite sized food adventures. That wonderful woman is my daughter. And what a great creative and innovative cook she is too.
    I remember my first batch of scones baked on my 21st birthday…a long time ago, on a freezing July day in a very cold kitchen in the outer western suburbs of Sydney. They were a disaster but my dear husband bravely ate his new bride’s scones with a faraway look in his eye at the promise of better things to come. Sadly I have never been much of a scone maker though I have definitely improved since my first effort in 1965.😂

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    • Your daughter is indeed a wonderful woman! And your husband sounds great as well. Thanks for the visit Jan 🙂

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  6. Can you believe I never enjoyed scones when I was young… but now I love them of course! They are just the perfect thing for tea, and yours look delicious. x

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    • They have to be very fresh for me to enjoy them 🙂

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  7. Oh great – it is real cold wet scone weather here and we have bought some – but home made are so much nicer – and I need some push to find the room to make some – will think about which one to make for ISW
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    • Looking forward to your contribution Johanna 🙂

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  8. I’ll be joining. I have my recipe ready. Thanks fr the reminder!
    Fiona @TIFFIN bite sized food adventures sharing the blog ♥ Brisbane German Club – 5 Top TipsMy Profile

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    • So glad you will be taking part 🙂

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  9. International scone week is such a cool concept to come up with. I was just thinking about scones today!

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    • Hope you take part Jem!

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  10. Yum! It’s 3:25pm and I feel like some scones with a cup of tea 😀
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    • I made a batch yesterday – you could have come over for tea 🙂

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  11. Oh, I love scones! A warm scone straight from the oven with strawberry jam is heavenly.
    The Hungry Mum sharing the blog ♥ Double chocolate giant skillet cookie – a big bickie that you bake in a frying pan!My Profile

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    • Sounds good to me!

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  12. What a great idea bringing food bloggers together over scones. Unfortunately, I will not be able to participate, but looking forward to seeing the unique submissions. The yogurt scones from last year’s contest look delicious. Can’t wait to see what 2016 brings 🙂 Cheers
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    • Thanks Rosemary 🙂

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  13. I love scones, but some how fails everytime i try them!!! May be will try my luck again in one of those recipes you have mentioned. Thanks
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    • Hope you do Amira 🙂

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  14. Lovely idea, Tandy. Sadly I have no time for baking scones at present… and gluten and wheat seem to be wreaking havoc with my wellbeing at present, so I can’t participate. Happy baking to all those who do xx

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    • Sorry you cannot take part Liz!

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  15. I love the idea of international scone week and will be sure to check in all the lovely recipes. I adore scones. But I usually buy them, I know…awful. Especially if I’m hosting a wedding/baby shower, you have to have them! Looking forward to lots of recipes to try. Thanks Tandy, what a great idea!

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    • They are so easy to make so hopefully you give them a try Laura 🙂

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  16. Oh, Yummy! There’s nothing quite like a really fresh scone with jam and cream. 🙂
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    • I agree!

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  17. Love that you made buttermilk scones, the texture looks perfect. Any type of jam will go with them.
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    • Thanks Cheri 🙂

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  18. Great idea Tandy! looking forward to reading and seeing pictures of everyone’s scones!
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    • Would love it if you took part Sarah 🙂

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  19. How do I sign up to be a taste tester or judge for all of these scones?

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    • Why not be a participant?

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  20. I love scones but I rarely make them. You have inspired me to give it a go. I had no idea there was such a thing as international scone week!
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    • Hope you take part Elissa 🙂

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  21. Hope to take part this year.
    🙂 Mandy xo
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    • Hope you do Mandy xox

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  22. Oooh, goodie, I have an oven now so will have to try some scones! I do miss Celia’s hook ups.
    Maree sharing the blog ♥ We have a real oven!My Profile

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    • Looking forward to your recipe Maree 🙂

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