I am hoping that International Scone Week 2016 will be as successful as last year. If you would like to know how this gathering together of scone recipes came about, please read here.
International Scone Week 2016
If you take a look at the sidebar between the 29th and 31st of July you will see a list of all the bloggers who participated last year. I wanted to make every one of these recipes but somehow life got in the way and I only managed one!
How to take part:
- Create and blog a scone recipe and post it during the week of the 8th to the 14th of August.
- Link back to this post in your blog post.
- Use the hashtag #ISW2016.
Once again I will create a sidebar link to all bloggers who participate that will stay up for the year. I will update the links as the posts get published. If you make scones and enjoy them, do you put the jam on and then the cream? Or do you put the cream on first? I like jam topped with cream. And if I am being really traditional, it would be clotted cream.
Join us for #ISW2016 by baking and blogging about scones Click To Tweet
What I blogged July 29:
- one year ago – Chenin Blanc Tasting With Perdeberg
- three years ago – Tempura Pilchards Served With Cabbage Parcels
- four years ago – Orange Marinated Duck Breasts
- five years ago – Tuna Served With An Oriental Dressing
47 thoughts on “International Scone Week 2016”
Oooh, goodie, I have an oven now so will have to try some scones! I do miss Celia’s hook ups.
Looking forward to your recipe Maree 🙂
Hope to take part this year.
🙂 Mandy xo
Hope you do Mandy xox
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!
Hope you take part Elissa 🙂
How do I sign up to be a taste tester or judge for all of these scones?
Why not be a participant?
Great idea Tandy! looking forward to reading and seeing pictures of everyone’s scones!
Would love it if you took part Sarah 🙂
Love that you made buttermilk scones, the texture looks perfect. Any type of jam will go with them.
Thanks Cheri 🙂
Oh, Yummy! There’s nothing quite like a really fresh scone with jam and cream. 🙂
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!
They are so easy to make so hopefully you give them a try Laura 🙂
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
Sorry you cannot take part Liz!
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
Hope you do Amira 🙂
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
Thanks Rosemary 🙂
Oh, I love scones! A warm scone straight from the oven with strawberry jam is heavenly.
Sounds good to me!
Yum! It’s 3:25pm and I feel like some scones with a cup of tea 😀
I made a batch yesterday – you could have come over for tea 🙂
International scone week is such a cool concept to come up with. I was just thinking about scones today!
Hope you take part Jem!
I’ll be joining. I have my recipe ready. Thanks fr the reminder!
So glad you will be taking part 🙂
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
Looking forward to your contribution Johanna 🙂
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
They have to be very fresh for me to enjoy them 🙂
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.?
Your daughter is indeed a wonderful woman! And your husband sounds great as well. Thanks for the visit Jan 🙂
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!
Looking forward to your recipe Amanda 🙂
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/
That is perfect, and thank you for taking part!
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/
Thanks so much for taking part and for sharing such a special memory 🙂