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Recipe For Olive Oil Scones #ISW2017 — 28 Comments

  1. These olive oil scones look so delicious, Tandy. I love olive oil in my recipes, and I can tell this would taste divine.
    Anu – My Ginger Garlic Kitchen sharing the blog ♥ Amritsari Chole | Authentic Punjabi Chola Masala Recipe | Restaurant Style Chole Masala | VideoMy Profile

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    • Thanks Anu 🙂

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  2. Hi Tandy, these scones sounds wonderful, will definitely have to try this recipe. We did not have many choices back then, I did home ec and welding.
    cheri sharing the blog ♥ Salmon with Pappardelle and a Brandy Cream Sauce #SundaySupperMy Profile

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    • Welding? I would have loved that!

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  3. oh wow! i really liked the scones from my grade school cooking (mine was just cooking, no sewing/home ec/etc) class too (: these definitely sound fancier with the use of olive oil though!
    heather (delicious not gorgeous) sharing the blog ♥ Milk Chocolate Chunk Scones with Strawberry Whipped CreamMy Profile

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    • I would have loved to not have to have done any sewing 🙂

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  4. I’ve never baked with olive oil, I’d love to give these a try. What a lovely blog you have, glad I found you.
    Amalia
    xo

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    • Thank you so much Amalia 🙂

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  5. I love how you’re going to make your way through these recipes Tandy! Glad you changed it to olive oil though 🙂
    Jem @ Lost in Utensils sharing the blog ♥ lime mojitos & what I would tell my younger self when planting citrus treesMy Profile

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    • Haha, so far all I have managed is one recipe!

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  6. I am enchanted by this! I’ve never tried making scones with oil before. You’ve got me intrigued. 🙂
    Krista Bjorn sharing the blog ♥ To Lift a Soul from ShadowMy Profile

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    • I was really pleased that they worked out so well.

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  7. Unfortunately, we did not have any options to choose either Home Economics or Accounting, or Typing. It was foreign languages, only. I don’t think it was bad but now I understand, reading your post, how much I have missed. Since I honestly believe olive oil is one of the most valuable treasures Nature has given us, your scones must be heavenly good. Will do as soon as the temperatures are back to normal. Thank you dear Tandy !
    2pots2cook sharing the blog ♥ Two Rustic Potato and Thyme GalettesMy Profile

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    • How amazing that your only choice was languages. I would have loved to have learnt Italian at school. Please let me know if you do try the recipe 🙂

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  8. now that’s interesting tandy – olive oil in scones. i bet it tastes great.
    sherry MacKay sharing the blog ♥ Brick Bistro – ReviewMy Profile

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    • They were very good Sherry 🙂

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  9. These scones look so good!
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    • Thanks Pamela 🙂

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  10. Olive Oil Scones – how very interesting! We love scones at my house. My 12-year-old daughter recently asked for some home-baked blueberry scones when she was eating a bakery-made cinnamon scone. Home baked is always better…

    I will be adding your Olive Oil Scones on my list of things to try soon. Thanks for sharing!

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    • And I am so going to try cinnamon scones and bluuberry scones 🙂

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  11. A very interesting post to me, Tandy. I took history, science, accounting and maths as my four non-language subjects at school. Now, as a adult, I often wondered why I took science which I have never, ever used in my life. I would much rather have taken home economics – much more useful.

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    • For the last three years I took maths, science, biology and history. Amazing how similar our choices were 🙂

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  12. Home economics was mandatory for us from grades 5-8, all boys and girls took it. I have some vivid memories of a few things we made as well. I have only been able to find a few of the recipes though. Who knows what happened to the rest. Olive oil scones sound quite tasty, nice to know you improved on the instructions!

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    • Mark chose to do Home Economics which was quite strange as he was not a great eater when he was younger. I think it is a great idea to make life skills such as these compulsory.

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  13. Ooh I must give these a go! I’ve only ever made them with butter or cream but olive oil would give them such a lovely taste.
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    • I don’t think I have ever tried a recipe with cream 🙂

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  14. I still have my home economics book too somewhere but I have memories of some of the ‘delights’ we made! Aberdeen sausage for one was a type of meatloaf. And Kentish cake was a chocolate and coconut one. No scones though these ones looked interesting.

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    • Oh, I would love to try some of your recipes!

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