Quote from Bacan on November 17, 2011, 18:23
Quote from ukscone on November 17, 2011, 16:51
Quote from Bacan on November 17, 2011, 16:36
Now! Hand over that Scone, you will not be hurt.
You are not allowed to have a scone until you have answered these two questions correctly.
1. How do you pronounce the word scone?
2. What is the correct order to put the jam and cream on a scone?
A1. SKA - Own That is my phonic spelling.
A2. Cream as in soft spread (not thick liquid) 1st, then Jam next.
 A2b. Unless your eating your scone like a pudding, then it is Jam 1st, with the liquid cream 2nd, poured over the top of the scone until the scone just starts to float in the bowl.
I'll collect when we have a Developers Conference.
Do you do your Whiskey neat or Over ? And what age?
You were editing while I was replying. good job i checked before pressing submit.
i'll give you A1 as i rhyme it with "own" and so did my mother's side of the family but my biological & step-father's side of the the family rhymed it with "gone"
i'll only give you 0.5 on A2 though as where I was brought up (south leicestershire) it was jam first then the cream.
I'm not that much of a whiskey (or whisky) drinker although when I do it has to be a single malt that is old enough to drink itself and definitely NOT ON THE ROCKS!!!. I'm more of a Gin and Tonic man but only if it's schweppes slimline tonic, don't want to put on any weight ya know.
I won't get into the tart/pudding arguement but I have just put on the oven to preheat because I was watching a tv programme last night and bakewell tarts/pudding were mentioned and I fancy make some.