buy modafinil com teatime in England is immensely satisfying and altogether a simple way to warm the cockles of one’s heart. The traditional scone is a staple in any Afternoon Tea; piled high with raspberry jam and clotted cream, served warm and freshly baked from the oven. 
With the awful British weather continuing, I decided that the only thing to make would be a delightful comfort food that only takes 10-15 minutes to bake and can put a smile on someone’s face.
Put your feet up, read the Sunday papers and grab a cup of tea to make your afternoon tea that little bit more enjoyable..
I used Nigella’s recipe for Lily’s Scones, which I have found to be one of the best recipes yet. 
January 19, 2014



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    November 28, 2013

    I love scones so much! Beautiful pictures, and I'm sure they really tasty! I miss having cream teas… (I lived one year in London, and luckily I come back rather regularly). If I try to make some here, they do not quite taste the same, God knows why :))! So, first thing when I'm in the UK is to get me a cream tea, with some lovely clotted cream (which is so difficult to find here)…
    Best greetings,
    Mimi (Switzerland)

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    Charlotte Avent

    December 1, 2013

    Hi Mimi, so nice to hear from you. Yes, it's so lovely to go for afternoon tea in England with friends and relax eating scones with clotted cream and homemade jam! Make the most of them when you visit 😉 Best, Charlotte

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    Charlotte Avent

    December 1, 2013

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