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Recipe For Pomegranate Scones — 28 Comments

  1. What is it about Italian plumbing? And plumbing in general in the Northern Hemisphere? I think it’s about tight arse proprietors who want our money but are nor prepared to provide decent facilties. As to scones… jam first, then cream. I don’t mind butter, then jam but only ever on warm scones. Thanks for including me in the link up (and sorry it took so long to comment – I have a lot of catching up to do!)
    Fiona @TIFFIN bite sized food adventures sharing the blog ♥ The Durrells – A Not So Secret PleasureMy Profile

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    • We go to so many places here where the plumbing is not up to scratch! Makes me love my shower at home so much 🙂

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  2. Love pomegranate! These look like fantastic scones. I so rarely put cream on scones now I’m wondering which order I do it in, can’t remember!
    Gretchen sharing the blog ♥ Bacon, Cheddar and Chive SconesMy Profile

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    • I always put cream on my scones 🙂

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  3. I hate rain style showers. I feel like I can’t breathe properly lol. These scones look wonderful! Thanks for sharing tid bits about your travels 🙂
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    • My pleasure Sarah, and I so get you about the rain showers 🙂

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  4. Jam comes first always:))
    Sherry m sharing the blog ♥ Potato Scones – International Scone Week 2016My Profile

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    • For me as well 🙂

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  5. Fantastic idea Tandy. I’ve gotta say though, it has to be jam then add the cream 🙂

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    • Seems that is the favourite way of doing it 🙂

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  6. Well, I just eat my scones plain so I can’t answer your question! Anyhow, I’m always saying I wish a blogger would come up with a pomegranate pie, but pomegranate scones comes very very close! So eager to try these. Love pomegranates so much, and the anti-oxidents are awesome. And Devon and Cornwell is my Dream trip! Someday.

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    • I shall have to work on that pie recipe for you 🙂

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  7. I LOVE how adventurous your flavour combinations are Tandy! These scones sound like heaven!
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    • Thanks Lucie 🙂

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  8. Some perfect scones you have here Tandy! I put the jam on after the cream.
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    • I am going to have to try it that way 🙂

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  9. It depends on the consistency of the jam and cream. I prefer cream to be thick and jam to be more runny (like a home made one with less pectin) so in that case cream first 🙂 how about you?
    Lorraine @Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Jacqueline Kennedy’s Waffles (and pssst, they are DELICIOUS!)My Profile

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    • I always do jam then cream 🙂

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  10. Yeah has to be jam then cream always 🙂
    Sophia @ Little Box Brownie sharing the blog ♥ Chocolate EclairsMy Profile

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    • For me too 🙂

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  11. Jam then the cream x

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    • Me too!

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  12. Hi Tandy, your scones look delicious, we never use cream on them did not realize that’s what others do. Sounds like a great way to enjoy them. If I did add cream I would add it after the jam. Have a great week-end!
    cheri sharing the blog ♥ Sautéed Garden Veggies with Polenta RoundsMy Profile

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    • That is so interesting to read about the cream Cheri 🙂

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  13. What a great way to use my favourite fruit! I put the jam on after the cream, in case it is runny so it doesn’t fall off.
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    • That is a very good reason to do it that way 🙂

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  14. Oh m gosh! That pomegranate glaze sounds wonderful. These would be perfect for evening brunch!:)
    Anu – My Ginger Garlic Kithcen sharing the blog ♥ Sweet Potato Cabbage Hot Dogs | Video RecipeMy Profile

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    • They are perfect for anytime Anu 🙂

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