• Glynis Jolly

    Got it copied. 🙂 This may be a good one for New Year’s Day.

    • It is on my breakfast menu to Glynis. It is something that adds a bit more spark to a festive breakfast. 🙂

      What are you doing for News Years?

      • Glynis Jolly

        Actually I won’t be doing much unless I decide to spend most of the day writing. I know that Hubby will be watch the Rose Bowl Game, with probably a few more.

        What are your plans?

        • About the same as you Glynis. I do plan on cooking a favorite pork roast recipe and using it for a future post. Happy New Year my friend.

          • Glynis Jolly

            Happy New Year to you too. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    Love scones and have had them all over the world. Not least when I lived in London for 15 years. But also all over the world. Every time I have stayed at The Oriental in Bangkok for instance.

    • They really are more universal then people realize Catarina. Because they are so easy and such a great addition to a meal who wouldn’t want to have them on a menu or just for a snack with tea or coffee. 🙂

      What has been your favorite scone and where?

  • Cheryl Therrien

    I have always loved scones and these look delicious! 🙂

    • Me too Cheryl, They really are fun to make and add such add delicious beginning to a day. What is your favorite flavor?

  • Jacqueline Gum

    Somehow I just can’t wrap my head around the fascination with scones! I’m in the minority, that’s for sure… seriously don’t know how the English built a culture around them! Laugh! Guess that’s what makes the world go around…all of being different.

    • Not everyone can Jacqueline. They are a favorite for many, especially the English culture. In a way they are just a sweeter version of a biscuit. 🙂

  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    Over the years, I’ve developed quite a liking for scones, and it’s a safe bet that yours are delicious. I think people who don’t like them haven’t had good ones.

    • My first scone was in England many years ago and it was love at first bite. I would agree, if they haven’t had a good one then they may not be a fan.

  • I love scones and had a cranberry scone for breakfast today at the Raleigh, NC, airport at Starbuck’s, waiting for my plane home to NYC. I think I’ll try this one, Susan!

    • I love cranberry scones Jeannette. In fact you can substitute cranberries for the other fruit to get that with this recipe. I hope your trip was safe one. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    I am a big fan of scones and often visit a place here in Ottawa called the Scone Witch to pick them up. I have never attempted to make them, but you peeked my curiosity.

    • Me too Debra. Your scones lady sounds fun. You should give these a try and let me know what you think? 🙂

  • LOVE fresh scones. Wish I was there to share them with you. We are in the deepfreeze here in MB! Happy New Year & all the best for 2014.

    • I do too Doreen. ti would be fun sharing scones and coffer talking about chocolate and wine. Happy New Year! 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    I love scones. We ended up having blueberry scones on Christmas morning.

    • I love blueberry scones Jon. I’ll bet they were fabulous. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    Not sure if I’ve had a scone before. Is it a muffin texture?

    • Oh, then you must give them a try Krystle. They are more like a biscuit but sweeter. When I think about it, they are cross between and biscuit and muffin. Enjoy. 🙂

      • HomeJobsbyMOM

        Sounds good then! Biscuits and muffins are both good in my book 🙂

  • I’ve had a hankering for scones, lately, so these look fabulous – Happy New Year!

    • I do believe you enjoy these CJ. I hope your holidays were fabulous and you were able to find time to makes these guys. 🙂