Scones make delectable treats for afternoon tea, breakfast, lunch, even midnight snacks. Simply Scones features more than seventy luscious recipes for scones and spreads certain to delight both traditional and adverturesome palates:
Sweet Scones: Oat Current, Triple Chocolate Chunk, Jam-Filled Walnut, Pistachio Fig Scones
Savory Scones: Cheese, Hearty Grain, Pesto, Tex-Mex Scones
Spreads: Apple Butter, Clotted Cream, Yogurt Cheese, Chocolate Nut Butter, Raspberry Cream Cheese Spread
Plus dozens more. Special sections tell how to make perfect scones, and how to serve a scrumptious afternoon tea. If you've never indulged in a batch of fresh-baked scones, there's no reason to miss out now!
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.47(w) x 5.54(h) x 0.48(d)|
About the Author
Leslie Weiner, food and nutrition editor of Forecast magazine (Scholastic, Inc.) lives in Westfield, New Jersey.
Barbara Albright, editor-in-chief of Chocolatier magazine, lives in Darien, Connecticut. They are the authors of Mostly Muffins.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I cannot say enough good things about this book. I bought it years ago and have gained a reputation for my great scones. I owe it completely to this book!
The authors gave excellent instructions as to the best way to make a variety of scones. They had many recipes of sweet, savory and classic scones. It also gave a history of scones and predicted that it will be the next "must have" item for breakfast on Americans tables. Everything included was so clearly written that it guaranteed success for anyone attempting to make the various kinds included in the book. I highly recommed you add it to your collection of favored cookbooks.