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Scones - Clotted Cream - Jam

Scones with clotted cream and jam or Scones with jam and co  

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  1. 1. Scones with clotted cream and jam or Scones with jam and clotted cream

    • Clotted cream first followed by jam
    • Jam first followed by clotted cream
    • Another combination including multiple layers


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18 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

Will you have scones next weekend? Which order will you load up your scones?

The only thing decent about next weeks jubilee is that there might be a few of these scones floating about. I actually had this discussion with her indoors yesterday. I said jam then cream. She went the other way. 

 

Clotted cream is one of the greatest inventions ever. 

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Bought  myself some of these the other day.

 

Warmed up in the oven and then it was jam, then cream.

 

I assume the cream then jam gang are the same kids who ate crayons in school.

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2 minutes ago, John102 said:

Bought  myself some of these the other day.

 

Warmed up in the oven and then it was jam, then cream.

 

I assume the cream then jam gang are the same kids who ate crayons in school.

You only have to look who voted for jam first first ....... same fella has crayons in a curry 

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1 minute ago, Carvalho Diablo said:

Why change a winning formula?

Go and make a Chicken Jamfrezi.

 

 

And get the pics up 

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Just now, Carvalho Diablo said:

Right now I'm chowing down on some Asda knock off cheese savouries.

 

So no.

Chow for now. 

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Just now, Trumo said:

Isn't one of them the Cornish way and the other then Devon way?

Yes, Corwall is jam then cream and is the favoured way of simpletons on a sex register.

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