Well we are in Dorset which is next to Devon which in turn is next to Cornwall so perhaps we should just mix the two before we start.I heard it was cream first. The Cornwall way.
If you prefer your scone with Jam first, the Devon way, some say you may be a Philistine.
I'm just taking the Michael here.Well we are in Dorset which is next to Devon which in turn is next to Cornwall so perhaps we should just mix the two before we start.
Seriously though it's simply a matter of personal preference. It's served as just a scone with a pot of jam and a pot of cream so you can do it how you like.
Sylvia and I prefer more jam than cream so therefore we spread the jam on first then a small dollop of cream.
The official pronunciation amongst the scientific world is. "Aluminium".Scone is a biscuit and a biscuit is a cookie and crisp is a chip and a chip is french fry.....
When in doubt, randomly toss a "u" after "o" in a word..
Alumin, aluminum, aluminium.....
Jell-o is jelly and jelly is jam....
Damn Brits.... Just can't leave shit alone....
Last minute holiday before the schools go back is it Dom?...Packing. Off to Cornwall on Friday so all needs to be done by tomorrow evening and there's been lots of other stuff going on this week so I won't be posting much if at all for the next couple of days. Loathsome business, packing.
I have not been to the UK. I need to visit.
So you didn't beat anorexia then?...
Seriously though nice pic Gtarzan...
That's certainly some piece of meat on that spit there.
As a matter of interest have you been to the UK before and if so where?
Our favourite part of the States was the old wild west AZ, etc simply because they have the places we know best from old films.
Like John Ford lookout point in monument valley.
When we were there we saw a Navajo Indian on horseback looking out across the valley from John Ford lookout point and I said to my wife I'm sure I've seen him in a holiday brochure ad, so we went to have a chat with him and he "yeah it was probably me. I have a small lodge over there with a T.V. coffee machine etc and I'm employed to ride out here every time a bus load of Japanese tourists show up...
A really nice guy and we all had a good laugh. Our daughter is a keen horse rider on the UK and even though at the time she was only about 11 he let her ride his horse.
I have some pics somewhere that I'll try and dig up.
France is a lovely place. Rich in culture and great architecture.I have not been to the UK. I need to visit.
I have been to France though.
Look up "Salt Lick" in Driftwood Texas. They actually do something like that. And it's delicious.