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Biscuits & Cookies, Cakes & Cupcakes, Recipes / 30.05.2018

Something I miss greatly about living in England is the tradition of the "Cream Tea". Freshly baked scones, with lashings of jam and clotted cream (with a cup of tea on the side of course) - simply delightful! Clotted cream, which we sadly can't get in SA, is a very thick, rich and spreadable cream. In some parts of England it is spread on the scone first instead of butter.  Nevertheless, I feel that one can make up it's absence by simply using generous quantities of thickly whipped cream or double cream instead. Classic scones should have a golden crust and...