Baking has become a popular activity while so many of us rest in place and adhere to social distancing guidelines. So why not try your hand at making this tasty Carrot Cake Loaf? It is so tasty and doesn’t require the skill of a master baker.Read More
My morning habits are typically British, a cup of tea must be had to put me in shape to face the world. In the US, coffee is the most commonly sought after morning beverage. So I joined the crowd this morning and created a pumpkin spiced coffee.
So I’m British, born and bred in England and live in NY. So sometimes I yearn for something quintessentially British – bangers and mash, fish and chips, and today its Scones! Scones with plump raisins slathered with butter paired with a cup of extra strong Marks and Spencer’s Gold Tea…. Heaven.
Unfortunately, the scones I described aren’t always easy to find. New Yorkers enjoy chocolate chip scones and cinnamon scones drizzled with frosting, which are fine, but they’re just not British. So to appease my scones jones, I decided to make them myself.
It has been years since I’ve baked these fun treats, so I was excited to get them in the oven so that I could sit in front of the TV and savor their crumbliness. I will continue to hone this recipe, perhaps add buttermilk next time.