SCONE


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SCoNESprint Cars of New England
SCONESwissy Club of New England (dog club; Amherst, MA)
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The Key, High Street, Yarm Here you will be served a selection of finger sandwiches, a scone, mini desserts and a hot drink (including refills) for PS14.
Re-knead any offcuts and stamp out more scones until you've used up all the dough.
On the Saturday, 300 classic cars will go on display at Scone Palace, with 150 leaving for Perth city centre via the old Perth Bridge.
Taking place at Patton's Bakery in Newtownards, Co Down, the team showed they were no lightweights as the scone tipped the scales at 141.
For the sweet offering, you will see the likes of family favourites lemon drizzle cake, vanilla slice, banoffee cake and red velvet and of course the classic scone, clotted cream and jam.
An ever-changing selection with things like Welsh homemade lamb hoggie, deep fried mozzarella herb stick, quiche, scone with clotted cream and jam, milkshake of the day, pate de fruit, rocky road, lemon cake, macaroon, jam tart, welsh cake and a selection of sandwiches.
PER SCONE 208 kcals * fat 7g * saturates 5g * carbs 30g * sugars 1g * fibre 1g * protein 5g * salt 0.
They are perfect baked within a scone then topped off with some sour cherry jam, clotted cream , and syrup drizzled over.
Giving a teaser of what to expect, the Dog and Scone website reads 'Dog cafes are public spaces where people can pay for a drink and some food with dogs around.
a We've some great vintage tea rooms, abbeys and hotels where you sample delicious finger sandwiches, scones and cakes.
As well as the Scone Tasting, the store has also got some great prizes to raffle off, plus they have put together 20 goody bags for the first 20 donations received.
These sweet and tasty scones are really delicious eaten hot from the oven.