Pumpkin scones are fairly popular in Queensland Australia just add your favourite mashed up pumpkin to your scone mix just remember to reduce your liquid by a liitle as the pumpkin will take care of that, then serve with fresh whipped chantilly cream (add vanilla essence and icing sugar to cream) and your favourite jam ( jelly I think for our American friends)
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Jings..... the variations that foreigners have developed for our native scones is AMAZING!
I have to admit, the BEST scones I've ever eaten (apart from family bakers) are those in a small tea shop in Braidwood, NSW.post #33 of 337/6/10 at 6:14am
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The BEST scones you have ever eaten......Braidwood , NSW, can you please tell me what makes them so good ? I make scones often here and with many different spices, jams and sauces ( just to jazz them up every now and again) as "Tea Time" is a big thing here.
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