Friday, 13 December 2013

Food on Friday: Scones and biscuits

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A baking collection for you today!  I know that scones and biscuits mean different things in different parts of the world.  Just go with your meaning.

To link in just pop your name and the name of the dish into the first Mr Linky box and paste the url for your post into the second one.  Your post doesn't have to be recent or anything!

I will be pinning your dishes to this Pinboard.

Happy baking!  There is one important rule – have fun!


41 comments:

  1. Thanks Carole. I posted what we always have in June when the local Nova Scotia strawberry suppers are held.

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  2. I love scones and biscuits, total comfort food.

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  3. LOL I know "biscuits" to anyone but we Americans is "cookies"---

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  4. Hi Carole. Thanks for hosting. Make these parmesan-rosemary scones - really, they are that good. :)

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  5. Another fantastic idea! Thanks for the invite!

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  6. I've linked the only recipe I've ever used that didn't turn into hockey pucks. Plus it uses the food processor! Win win situation. "Easy Fruit Scones"

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  7. Thanks for including me, Carole!!

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  8. I have never made scones before! I'm feeling inspired!

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  9. Here in the UK we love scones!

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  10. Ma favorite, scones! Thanks as always :)

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  11. Love biscuits and scones! I had quite a few to add.

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  12. Thanks Carole! I brought over a buttermilk biscuit recipe I just made and topped with my Caramel-Apple Jam <3

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  13. Sorry Carole, I hosed up Entry #40. I'm going to enjoy looking through the recipes :)

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  14. Thanks, Carole! My sweet potato biscuits can be made ahead and frozen. Makes it a perfect recipe for the holidays.

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  15. Thanks Carole! I love making biscuits, especially in the winter time!

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  16. Thanks for the link up! Delicious Meyer lemon poppy seed scones are what I linked up!

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  17. Good idea to highlight scones--great for Christmas brunch!

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  18. My favorite scones recipe: cheese and ham! :) Great idea!

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  19. I think scones and biscuits should be served more often. Thanks

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  20. Thank you for hosting another great week! I love scones and biscuits! I can't wait to check out the others recipes!

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  21. Here you go, Carole: Cranberry-Orange Scones, just in time for Christmas. Did you know Wisconsin is a huge producer of cranberries?

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  22. Thanks Carole - I could go one of these biscuits now!

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  23. My cinnamon scones #64 are my most requested recipe. Thanks for hosting this link party and giving me the opportunity to share.

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  24. Scones are one of my favorites to make! YUM!!

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  25. Gosh - this was a toughie! A quick search on the blog shows that I write about biscuits all the time but rarely make them. There was recipe though. Phew! Thanks for hosting Carole.

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  26. Almost forgot! Here's mine Carole!

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  27. Yummy...bunches of scone recipes in one location!

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  28. I added my Pumpkin Praline Chocolate Chip scones to the lovely collection - thanks!

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  29. Hi Carole,

    I just added my spelt blueberry scones to your list (one of the most popular recipes on my blog)!

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  30. Hi Carole, I couldn't help linking to three posts since we are so close to Christmas, hope you don't mind. Have a good week end!

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  31. I'd eat a scone anytime, anywhere.

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  32. Sharing a cheese biscuit and angel biscuit dough recipes, thanks for hosting.

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  33. Thanks for hosting. I added one of my favorites: Parmesan Rosemary Drop Biscuits. They're great for freezing too and pulling out on a cold night to accompany a warm bowl of soup.

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  34. Love this, just in time for the weekend. I've added my Cheddar Chive Biscuits, which I made for a Lobster Eggs Benedict.

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  35. Great topic! I miss proper fruited scones. Despite my best efforts I cannot find ones in the States that are up to my standards.

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  36. A fine collection of biscuits and scones here!

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  37. On the reckoning that you're after the English definition of a biscuit (rather than the USA definition of a biscuit, lol), I've brought you all sorts of yummy bikkies - and two English scone recipes too. :)

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  38. I added my scone and American style biscuit recipes as opposed to British biscuits which is what we call cookies

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  39. I love scones!!! Sweet & savory. This list has made me very happy. :)

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  40. Thank you, Carole. Sorry I'm late...it's been quite a week.

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  41. A little late to the party, but so glad I came over!! So many fantastic sounding scone recipes! Happy rest of the weekend Carole.

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