|Sweet Remembrances Cream Scones|
|The Tea Lady, Judy Larkin, and her English Scones|
|Kathy's Kove, NJ|
Cream Tea is a much simpler form of Afternoon Tea. It is just the basics! Cream (lots of it), jelly (preferably strawberry), scones fresh from the oven is best, and tea. Endless pots of tea!
|Roadside Pub, England|
Is it pronounced Scone (like cone) or Scone (like gone)? It's a regional thing, either (long e) or either (long i) is correct. While in England, a young lady (maybe 7 or 8 y/o) listened as we ordered scones (like cone). We overheard her ask her mother, 'mummy is it scone (long o) or scone (soft o)? Her mother replied, it's scone (like gone), they are American and pronounce it differently.
|The Empress, Victoria, BC|
|My preference, cream first, then jam!|
|Cream Tea? Yes, please!|