SCONE OR CUPCAKE, SCONES OR CUPCAKE, SCONES OR CUPCAKE…

afternoon tea

Even though cupcakes are very popular today, the nation’s baker’s claim the traditional scone has made a revival with the quintessentially English Afternoon Tea en vogue.

Afternoon tea is apparently associated with the West Country, but scones are actually themselves Celtic, their origins Welsh or Scottish, and their predecessor was the ‘griddle’ scone.

Personally my favourite is a warm scone, raspberry jam and clotted cream. Mmm….

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