Everybody must get sconed!
First, an important education: what's the difference between British and American scones? (Cook's Illustrated)
A scone is not a biscuit. (Bon Appetit)
The best classic cream scones. Love this! (The Flavor Bender)
This great post explains why we shouldn't be grossed out by the phrase "clotted cream". (Tori Avey)
A brief explanation of where scones got their name, and some good looking recipes. (Kitchen Project)
Obviously, everyone needs funfetti scones. (The Wood and Spoon)
Pot-o-gold scones. These have all you need! (King Arthur Flour)
Homemade maple scones (pictured top). So good! (Craftsy)
I love dates, so these easy date scones are right up my alley. (Lights Camera Bake)
Strawberry rhubarb beet scones. These are pretty in pink! (Love Beets)
I won't lie: I'm intrigued by the idea of savory everything bagel scones. (More Icing Than Cake)
Apple-brie scones. These sound lovely! (Teatime Magazine)
Easy microwave lemon curd. Because that's what you need with all these scones! (King Arthur Flour)
Book of the week: The National Trust Book of Scones: 50 Delicious Recipes and Some Curious Crumbs of History. If the title didn't lure you, the book will! I love how it marries history with great recipes. You will love it!