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Tried and true cheddar scone?

I have both buttermilk and cream, but I have never made a cheese scone before. If stuck I will use my old fav and just mix in grated cheese? I decided to do this and bacon scones from the smithfield.com site for my party instead of moldy ham biscuits, ha.

asked by nutcakes almost 5 years ago

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added almost 5 years ago

Not exactly a cheddar scone, but Elizabeth David's "Parmesan Biscuits" from Salts, Spices and Aromatics in the English Kitchen is a staple recipe in our household. Link here: http://www.acanthus-books...

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added almost 5 years ago

Appreciate it but I found one with cheddar and Parm and it worked out great. I'd like to try these biscuits too. My roommate is allergic to eggs though, so it might be awhile.

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