How To Use Scone In A Sentence

  • The smoothly boiled porridge, with its accompaniment of thick yellow cream; the new-laid eggs; the grilled trout, fresh from the stream; the freshly baked "baps" and "scones," the crisp rolls of oatcake; and last, but not least, the delectable, home-made marmalade, which is as much a part of the meal as the coffee itself. Big Game A Story for Girls
  • The tea was excellent, with a light mint flavor; and the scones tasted wonderful as well, peppered with raisins and full of butter, a perfect repast for the relaxing traveller.
  • We stuck to tea and scones with requisite clotted cream. Times, Sunday Times
  • The menu mentioned toasted teacakes, scones, doughnuts, Danish pastries and flapjack.
  • Without wishing to be unkind, it was student vegetable gloop (carrot, courgette, mushroom, turnip and barley in tomato sauce) with little herby scone things on the top.
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  • Used to do his scone in completely if everything wasn't just so.
  • Stamp out the scones with as little waste as possible; the first scones will be lighter than the second rolling. Times, Sunday Times
  • To serve, ladle into warmed bowls and top with the potato scones. The Sun
  • Also try the poached eggs and gravlax (thin strips of nutty-sweet salmon dry-cured and served with cucumber), or a variety of scones.
  • Mia scampered off into the kitchen and came back with some scones with honey butter glazed on them.
  • A keen cook, she was happy to allow Joe to pile his dinner plate with extra Yorkshire puddings or the scones and sausage rolls she enjoyed making.
  • Scones with jam and cream cost £1.70 as did a special of a toasted teacake with a cup of tea or coffee.
  • "Get your scone down, you drongo!" someone yelled at me, and the boom thundered over my head.
  • As a treat, you can put in a slice of a wholesome flapjack, a cheese scone or date slice.
  • Using a biscuit or scone cutter, cut out rounds as big or as little as you like.
  • A wide range of desserts includes everything from fruit scones to apple pie or a plate of petits desserts.
  • We shared two hot toasted crumpets and a cherry scone.
  • In fact, it is a genuine snack spot with scones, teacakes, cakes and biscuits being the staple fare.
  • She ate scones thick with butter and newly made strawberry jam, victoria sponge, eccles cakes, potted meat sandwiches, ginger parkin. THE GOLDEN LION
  • You take a tattie scone I believe the English call it a "potato farl" - no poetry in that name and, having fried it, you place it within the welcoming confines of a generously buttered morning roll. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • The scones were slightly warm, butter softish and jam acceptable.
  • At home she is a keen baker, rustling up scones and cakes with her mum. Times, Sunday Times
  • Imagine our surprise when we come back - having been forced to make do with filled croissants, salads and scones - to find two of said worthy saddos sitting in our seats.
  • It doesn't have that luxurious feeling of decadence like having coffee and scones at 3.30 when everyone else is working.
  • But my strawberry scones are something else entirely.
  • When I was able, I stood up and hobbled around; similar quantities of blood were spurting out of my knee as my scone.
  • They do make fantastic, generously proportioned scones and really colourful salads.
  • There is definitley a school thought that the "stone of scone" that was blagged by eddie longshanks was simply a lump of local sandstone subsituted by the monks at scone Abbey, as they knew edward was coming to get it, as he reckoned that Robert the Bruce could not be crowned legaly or at least traditionaly without the "STONE "you have to bear in mind that to the monks, this stone was in fact "Jacobs Pillow " of biblical fame. Filmstalker: Stone of Destiny theft gets filmed
  • And a quite different code for passages of play that precede scones and sandwiches. Times, Sunday Times
  • The raintrees provided a cover of dappled sunlight for guests as they quaffed jam and scones with a cup of tea served in pannikins by women in pinafores and lace caps, all in aid of the 125th anniversary of the Territory's first homestead.
  • When studying the natural odorants occurring in musk and civet, muscone and civetone, little known until then, Ruzicka obtained fundamentally new and surprising results during the years Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1939 - Presentation Speech
  • The morrow following, some of the poor in hope of spoil, and some of Dundee to consider what was done, passed up to the said Abbey of Scone; whereat the Bishop's servants offended began to threaten and speak proudly, and as it was constantly affirmed one of the Bishop's sons stogged through with a rapier one of Dundee because he was looking in at the girnel door. Royal Edinburgh Her Saints, Kings, Prophets and Poets
  • The raintrees provided a cover of dappled sunlight for guests as they quaffed jam and scones with a cup of tea served in pannikins by women in pinafores and lace caps, all in aid of the 125th anniversary of the Territory's first homestead.
  • No gentle reader, the raisin scone was the scone of the gods.
  • Scottish baking is superb, apart from the obvious shortbread; pies, scones, buns, fruit cake.
  • As it was afternoon most customers were eating scones and gateaux.
  • The stone was instead hewn from the 400m-year-old sandstone rocks around Scone.
  • Then he gave her a barley scone and said, “I love not one who answereth at times when I am in wrath: so henceforth give me no more of these impertinent words and I will sell thee to a good man like myself, who will do well with thee, even as I have done.” The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • She emerged from the door to see Oracle unfolding a napkin on the rickety table between the chairs, a napkin holding half a dozen buttery scones. A Plague of Angels
  • I love the idea of caraway in the scone..one of my favorite savory seasonings. the north fork and its scones | smitten kitchen
  • Alongside finger sandwiches and scones, there will be floral pastries served with rosé champagne. Times, Sunday Times
  • Eat fresh or dried fruit instead, or choose muffins or wholemeal fruit scones. PCOS DIET BOOK: How you can use the nutritional approach to deal with polycystic ovary syndrome
  • I vividly recall the rich aroma of warm treacle scones, the sight of Scotch pancakes being flipped over, the taste of sticky jam tarts and the crunch of sugar-topped shortbread.
  • One person bought baking ingredients and made over $750 selling cakes and scones. Christianity Today
  • How many scones did he make? Times, Sunday Times
  • The eggs are firm, and cooked to perfection, the strudel crisp and the tattie scone defiantly light.
  • My hair had grown out again and was sticking up off my scone like a parrot's crest.
  • In the centre would be the three tiered cake stand with doilies on each plate and small sandwiches made of very thin bread on the bottom, scones in the middle, and little cakes on the top.
  • Anyway I phoned the hospital to see if he was up for visitors and they said yes and I asked if he was eating for I had made some scones (now why is this pronounced funny? with the e the o should say its own name making it rhyme with stone but noooooo as I am reminded many a time it is scon.) BC Bloggers
  • In the cookery section, you can bring along those apple tarts, sponge flans, cheese cake, fruit loaves, brown scones, white scones, brown bread, white bread and jams.
  • It was literally cucumber sandwiches and scones. Times, Sunday Times
  • The two princesses had to have a cooked tea because they were in bed by dinner time, but they also had afternoon tea, with sandwiches, scones and a large cake.
  • You will still hurt from going over backwards, but your scone should still be in one piece.
  • Had we the time and the sweet tooth we could have ordered a confection from the counter, anything from a Chester cake to an eclair to a scone with jam and butter.
  • The warm scones/biscuits were slightly crispy on the outside and perfectly soft inside.
  • Enjoy beautifully prepared cakes and pastries, or a full afternoon tea with sandwiches, toasted buttered crumpets and scones, while you are transported back in time.
  • Rich and buttery scones are accompanied by fancy tiny tea sandwiches.
  • Being a Scot, biscuits (what I would call a savoury scone) are a bit of a novelty for me, so I am looking forward to making some. Biscuit Bliss | Baking Bites
  • Two hundred of them accepted the invitation, ending their visit with tea and scones in the school hall.
  • British-style afternoon tea is still popular, complete with scones, cakes, and other pastries, especially when entertaining guests.
  • The lowest tier on the tea tray holds four glass containers of jams and custard and the promise of scones to come.
  • Choose wholemeal over white scones to boost the fibre content. Times, Sunday Times
  • We picked up some croissants and a thick wedge of baked cheesecake, and pointed at some fruit scones, and then wandered home to curl up and nod off.
  • She baked simnel cake, parkin and scones and made ‘mintoes’ out of powdered milk, syrup and peppermint.
  • And a quite different code for passages of play that precede scones and sandwiches. Times, Sunday Times
  • My sister Lisa would make a cream of asparagus soup, cranberry sauce, two flans, stuffing, a chocolate-pecan tart, and of course, her Scottish scones.
  • First, there will be pineapple scones, still warm from the baking sheet, and a cloth-lined tin of cinnamon muffins and apple-spice bread.
  • The tea was passed round, the pancakes and scones, the potato scones rolled round slivers of cheese. The Glasgow Girls
  • In New Zealand the word Maori was productive in forming compounds: Maori axe, Maori welcome, Maori scone, Maori council, and so on.
  • Do not overwork the dough to ensure that the scones turn out light. Times, Sunday Times
  • “Allah is all knowing;” 412 and they said, “We are thy two Scones of Bread, which thou gavest in alms to the asker and which were the cause of the cutting off of thy hands. 413 So praise thou Allah Almighty for that He hath restored to thee thy hands and thy child.” The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • The standard menu contains the usual range of toasts, hot croissants, bread, scones, open and closed sandwiches.
  • The Irish black tea is hot and strong, the homemade raisin scones warm and airy, served with a heaping ramekin of clotted cream.
  • I didn't remember much except her being tall with big brown eyes, and there were scones and red jam for afternoon tea in a big grey house with a bullnose verandah.
  • A toasted teacake, scone or flapjack was an option.
  • Afternoon tea complete with scones, cupcakes and freshly baked fruit cakes always proves popular. Times, Sunday Times
  • After stuffing our gizzards with mini pavs, scones with jam and whipped cream and brandy snap baskets filled with berries and ice cream we're all finding it easier to roll ourselves around the house.
  • Leave to cool, then split the scones and add butter or clotted cream and jam to serve. Times, Sunday Times
  • Alighting from the boats we went into one of the huge ‘refs’ and had some lovely tea and buttered scones, topped with jam!
  • Cups of coffee start at £1.25, teacakes are £1.20, scones £1.50 and banana or strawberry ice cream milkshakes are £1.65.
  • They can also be shredded into scones or bread to add a gorgeous yellow colour, or added to savoury tarts, sweet buns or sponge puddings.
  • A group of Whitehall officials are sitting listening with rapt attention to an account of the importance of scone-making for a group of three-year-olds.
  • You may think it's a place of steaming tea urns and the buttering of scones but it's a lot more than that.
  • A scone is much closer to a cookie than a piece of custardy french toast, after all! Snickerdoodle Scones | Baking Bites
  • The spa is at the end of the garden, where, if you can find a waiter capable of boiling a kettle and buttering a scone, you can take tea.
  • Partygoers munched on Chinese stuffed bao with Cantonese duck, prime rib eye with wild mushroom scone and bearnaise, and paper wrapped halibut with heirloom tomato.
  • The tea was passed round, the pancakes and scones, the potato scones rolled round slivers of cheese. The Glasgow Girls
  • Use a cutter and place your scones on a greased baking sheet. Times, Sunday Times
  • Baine brought a pen, ink, paper, and a penwiper shaped like a hedgehog, and then tea, scones, and buttered muffins on a silver tray. To Say Nothing of the Dog
  • It's nothing to do your scone over.
  • She brought in a tray heavy with elegant sandwiches, scones and cakes.
  • His mum sent him off with clean clothes and a tin of home-made scones.
  • As if all this were not enough, she also plies participants with a delicious feast of teacakes, sandwiches, scones and cakes created from period recipes.
  • It adds robust flavor to focaccia, homemade breadsticks or quick breads such as biscuits or scones.
  • Also absent will be giant aluminium pots of tea, scones and the communal cucumber sandwiches. Times, Sunday Times
  • They have the requisite scones with clotted cream and finger sandwiches but don't miss the opportunity to try classics like Welsh rarebit, Coronation chicken salad or Tweed kettle pie. Fancy A Cup Of Tea? Here Are Some Great Places For Tea In NYC
  • Breakfast items include freshly baked scones, muffins and a cheese omelet as well as coffee, espresso, cappuccino and latte.
  • I've being baking scones and lamingtons just to get in the mood.
  • A selection of delicate pastries, banana slices, glazed fudge, lemon tarts, scones with clotted cream and jam, and boiled Welsh fruit cake were also on offer.
  • We were served scones with butter and jam.
  • Then the host began motioning with his hand as though he were giving my brother a mouthful; and ceased not to enumerate and expatiate upon the various dishes to the hungry man whose hunger waxt still more violent, so that his soul lusted after a bit of bread, even a barley scone. 690 Quoth the Barmecide, “Didst thou ever taste anything more delicious than the seasoning of these dishes?” The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • We stuck to tea and scones with requisite clotted cream. Times, Sunday Times
  • The scones, cheese straws and apple cakes all have loyal fans. Times, Sunday Times
  • Served with a fresh baked scone or mini muffin, these wraps provide plenty of flavor first thing in the morning.
  • It is more to do with the fact that I rather enjoy having a reason to bake scones, flip pikelets and occasionally bake a cake.
  • The origin of the name 'scone' is just as unclear as where it came from. Soy Scone Recipe
  • The restaurant food and the scones made the trip worthwhile on their own. The Sun
  • The scones, cheese straws and apple cakes all have loyal fans. Times, Sunday Times
  • They raided the main city bakery to dispense scones and cakes to workers at the civic centre.
  • The storeman, plastered with snow, reappears hot and triumphant before the cook, but this dignitary is awkwardly kneading the dough of wholemeal scones, and the messman is feeding the fire with seal-blubber to ensure a "quick" oven. The Home of the Blizzard Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-1914
  • He used wholemeal flour to make bread, scones, pies and cakes, concocted elaborate salads and dosed himself with vitamins.
  • My helmet whacked into the concrete with a bit of a bang, but better that the helmet does it than my scone.
  • There are also breakfast standards such as fresh-squeezed juice, granola, and scones (try the ginger-lemon).
  • At a recent talk we gave, Ann was accused of eating nothing but scones and toasted teacakes.
  • The menu mentioned toasted teacakes, scones, doughnuts, Danish pastries and flapjack.
  • The afternoon tea had no scones left. Times, Sunday Times
  • To serve, ladle into warmed bowls and top with the potato scones. The Sun
  • The menu mentioned toasted teacakes, scones, doughnuts, Danish pastries and flapjack.
  • The tea was passed round, the pancakes and scones, the potato scones rolled round slivers of cheese. The Glasgow Girls
  • You can substitute regular milk for these scones; they will be slightly drier than these, however, which are nicely moist.
  • Morrisons has four fruited scones for 65p. The Sun
  • When we returned in the evening, they produced an almighty spread of homemade cakes and scones and fancies of all kinds.
  • reested" hams; never such making of car-cakes and sweet scones, Selkirk bannocks, cookies, and petticoat-tails -- delicacies little known to the present generation. The Bride of Lammermoor
  • I was a bit tired at this point, so it was good to take a detour into Buckden and pause for cups of sweet tea, coffee cake and jam scone at the excellent West Winds Cottage Tea Room.
  • Scone sellers also often sold drinks made from cordial bought from a supermarket, mixed with ice inside a plastic cooler and sold by the cup.
  • Some fifty years later, in 1249, we can observe the fusion of old and new in the inauguration rites of Alexander III at Scone.
  • You'd be tempted to use it for something quite unsuitable such as sandwiches or scones. Times, Sunday Times
  • 'She'll no' fend for ye the way I can, 'returned Meg,' for I can bake an 'mak ye sowans, scones, brose, kail o' all kinds, an 'parritch.' Border Ghost Stories
  • I made a loaf of white soda bread and a batch of cheese scones for lunch on Saturday.
  • It has fireplaces (yes, that's plural), a baby grand and 17 varieties of teas, including Brown's owns blend, served up on silver trays with clotted cream, homemade jams, crustless sandwiches and buttery scones. Pam Grout: Best London Hotels for Oh-So-British Tea
  • I baked the scones to lure you into a time of quiet talk, and we must talk. A Plague of Angels
  • These are accompanied by all manner of sandwiches, scones and cakes piled onto tiered stands.
  • Their afternoon tea menu includes a selection of hot and iced teas accompanied by scones with jam and cream, finger sandwiches, and assorted small pastries, as well as small bites taken from trays.
  • Charlie Sanders was the kind of man who offered guests tea on a silver service accompanied by fine homemade scones, yet he would remain a bachelor all his life.
  • Just because you are not on the road, it doesn't mean you can't crack your scone on the concrete.
  • After surviving on a 1950s diet including kippers and Spam, the lads devoured the WI's homemade cakes, sandwiches, scones, sausage rolls and quiche.
  • The Caribou orange-currant scone is a scone without integrity.
  • I settled into one of the leather banquettes for a leisurely tea service, including scones and a slice of custard pie served by white-jacketed waiters.
  • Such scones are made from wheat flour sifted with baking powder, mixed with a small proportion of sugar.
  • Various pastries, tarts, scones and slices were on display, but my willpower stayed steadfast.
  • You even get home-made scones for breakfast, along with the freshest country eggs I have ever tasted.
  • I mentioned this earlier to NBob and repeating the suggestion to you - This doco I saw about the CWA called ‘Not all Tea and Scones’ was largely about cake competitions (with the more subtle theme being male suicide and depression in the rural sector). Cheeseburger Gothic » Havsy’s cake shoppe.
  • Unless otherwise noted, afternoon tea features three to four tea sandwiches, one or two scones and about three bite-size dessert pastries per person.
  • I spotted lasagne, tuna pasta bake, steak and kidney pie, a variety of baked potatoes and then my eyes wandered to the home-cooked apple or toffee cream pies, cakes scones and other confectionery.
  • Zeke: I love to bake! Strudels, scones, even apple pandowdy.
  • Ada brought in a tray of tea and hastily made griddle scones. THE GOLDEN LION
  • This plain bannock is essentially a large round scone.
  • When we returned in the evening, they produced an almighty spread of homemade cakes and scones and fancies of all kinds.
  • Small, roll-up curtains reveal four colorful rooms behind the facade, one each for the preening stepsisters Clorinda and Tisbe downstairs, and two upstairs for their harrumphing father Don Magnifico, the down-at-heel Baron of Montefiascone, while sweet and sprightly Angelina gets the cinders and the scullery in the middle. 'La Cenerentola' Sparkles on the Paris Stage
  • Buttered scones seem best, not too lavish as a pre-tea snack; we eat them with mugs of tea as dad goes out to feed the pigs in the yard and Mum and Aunty Eileen start cooking.
  • Bake for 15 minutes, until the scones have risen and turned lightly golden.
  • They exchanged a glance, and while he allowed his desultory description of Mrs. Townsends butterless scones to wilt, she cleared her throat. The House at Riverton
  • I made a loaf of white soda bread and a batch of cheese scones for lunch on Saturday.
  • Use a cutter and place your scones on a greased baking sheet. Times, Sunday Times
  • Eight people are now employed at the facility, which bakes and sells bread, vetkoeks and scones to the community on a daily basis.
  • There's a reason why I like tattie scones so much... Get off yer bike
  • Bake some oat cookies or brownies and divide into single portions, clingwrap then freeze so they are ready, like the scones, to be taken from the freezer first thing in the morning.
  • On wet days, the children make scones and fudge, and play pirates in the sitting room, which involves roaring fires, and the toasting of sausages and crumpets.
  • Scones, teacakes, date and walnut or spiced fruit loaf are priced at £1.25 or less.
  • I have the finest educated palate for a decent cup of tea and a well textured scone.
  • Serve by cutting the scones in half and spreading with jam and lashings of clotted cream.
  • To serve, ladle into warmed bowls and top with the potato scones. The Sun
  • In the chill dawn I awoke to a ravening hunger that was insistent to be noted, and though my eyes would scarce believe there was Donald Roy cocked tailor fashion on the heath arranging most temptingly on a rock scone sandwiches of braxy mutton and a flask of usquebaugh (Highland whiskey). A Daughter of Raasay A Tale of the '45
  • They can also be shredded into scones or bread to add a gorgeous yellow colour, or added to savoury tarts, sweet buns or sponge puddings.
  • This, if you will, is the rösti equivalent of the cream-first v jam-first scone war – some people parboil the potatoes before grating, and others don't bother. How to cook the perfect rösti
  • Don't overwork the dough and the scones will be fluffy and light. Times, Sunday Times
  • Also absent will be giant aluminium pots of tea, scones and the communal cucumber sandwiches. Times, Sunday Times
  • Serve by cutting the scones in half and spreading with jam and lashings of clotted cream.
  • baps," flat Scotch scones, all of low elevation, all precisely similar to each other. Angling Sketches
  • Locals bring their home-made cakes, and there are scones and proper jam. Times, Sunday Times
  • He used wholemeal flour to make bread, scones, pies and cakes, concocted elaborate salads and dosed himself with vitamins.
  • Diane made some scones and there was fruit and such.
  • We sat in the shade of a tree, sipping tea and eating scones.
  • Check the label on the biscuits and you'll see that some scones or buns or wholemeal biscuits are the better alternative.
  • Food includes cheese scones and sausage butties at breakfast, wholesome soups, sandwiches made using good breads from local baker, the Breadwinner, and decent homemade cakes. Norwich's 10 best budget eats
  • Even scones and cakes will be better and lighter than usual, and have a delicious freshness and sweetness of flavour.
  • One man he shaved for two scones and another for a bittock of cheese, and he was in demand, because there was no other barber on board. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • The bakery has ten plain scones. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is known variously as the Stone of Scone, the Stone of Destiny, Jacob's Pillow and the Coronation Stone.
  • While Milk benefits from an amazing performance in the title role by Sean Penn and other excellent performances by Vincent Garber at Mayor Moscone and Josh Brolin as Supervisor Dan White, it suffers because it has in miniature some of the same tensions in intent that have kind of bedeviled Van Sant's career as a whole. Archive 2008-12-01
  • It is more to do with the fact that I rather enjoy having a reason to bake scones, flip pikelets and occasionally bake a cake.
  • These are accompanied by all manner of sandwiches, scones and cakes piled onto tiered stands.
  • Inviting someone over for a cup of tea and a scone is a great motivation to getting something done in a reasonable amount of time. Archive 2008-10-01
  • ‘I may not see you then, actually,’ Danielle says as she reaches for a scone off the large, filigreed silver platter nearby.
  • For years the Goldies brought their own baking to the dances, collectively supplying pikelets, scones, biscuits, sandwiches, cream cakes and an assortment of other pick-up food.
  • There are also lemon bars, raspberry-almond bars, brownies, blondies, hermit bars, cupcakes and several varieties of rather flat scones ($2.50 to $3).
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  • We journos reckon the scones and jam deserved a prize medal.
  • There were some uncommonly good scones served at tea in the press box yesterday. Times, Sunday Times
  • In present times the name bannock is applied more generally to any baked item of a similar size and shape to the original bannock loaf, and can also be used as a term for a large circular scone which is scored into sections. Archive 2006-06-01
  • The book is a melting pot of information, with anecdotes, photographs and recipes ranging from tons of game to the scones we now know the Queen feeds to the corgis.
  • I like to make fresh soda bread, scones and muffins, and some American visitors request pancakes for breakfast.
  • The lamb is divine, and the feast includes crab claws, soup, homemade scones and rhubarb tart.
  • But what I also found tantilisingly awaiting me behind the counter was a stack of freshly baked Russian tea cakes and lemon scones, both of which I purchased and consumed in startling quantities.
  • I go back to the gate to eat my scone, which is a creepy dusty rose colour, and also just gross.
  • ‘I hope you don't mind,’ she says, splitting a scone and proceeding to load it with cream and glittering strawberry conserve.
  • Tuck into clotted cream and freshly baked scones while sunning yourself on the terrace overlooking the beach.
  • Nothing washes down a scone - I mean cookie - better than a nice cuppa tea.
  • Home-made jam is great to give as a present - even better to keep, to be dolloped liberally on to scones and toast or spread thickly into a plain sponge cake.
  • Not only would I not have even known what a scone was had he not made some for me, but I have got no place using the word scrumptious in every day conversations. aleighk21 Diary Entry

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