The scone recipe from one of the best High Teas in Melbourne.
A highlight of Good Food Month was the Mediterranean brunch that featured celebrity chefs; Yotam Ottolenghi, Karen Martini and Shane Delia. Hosted at Aerial in Docklands, it was a feast fit for a king.
I’m glad I managed to fool a few of you on April Fool’s Day with my iron cooked scones I’m not usually one to do any fooling on April Fool’s but I know Billy is.
Here’s the recipe on how to REALLY make them!
On a recent trip to Daylesford, I made scones with a difference. I decided that instead of the usual lemonade scones, I would substitute the lemonade for Prosecco. For those that don’t know; Prosecco is a sparking Italian white wine. But I also wanted to make scones with a real difference.
High tea in the most glorious setting at Werribee Mansion.
This post was sponsored by Nuffnang It was the first weekend of Spring, the forecast was torrential rain. Probably a good day to be Spring cleaning whilst stuck indoors, but Miss A and I didn’t want to be stuck indoors. We met up for a quick shop to get a few essentials, then headed on up
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