Sunday, October 30, 2011

Scones, Red Rocks, Colorado & Usher's new song!

Tahitian vanilla powder, is my little twist on
my Late Mom's recipe of this delectable brunch confection!

Absolutely no pectin or loads of sugar in my
homemade preserves! Just lavish amounts
of sun-ripened berries & a modest amount
of honey!

Sure there are many recipes of this time-honored
tradition of the "Brits" around, but I have many
little twists in mine! Click here for recipe! & scroll
all the way down. I love my scones flaky, with a
"little give" in the center

Mascarpone mousse, lightened with whipped cream!


This fruit fondant Madeira cake, that I developed here, is featured in this British magazine below, the Fall issue #114 on page 114. Originally, I contacted them to thank them for the safe arrival of my package with the delectable fruit fondant powders, I purchased from them and much to my delight, they emailed me, asking for a head shot of myself & the pictures of this cake and publishing my little article in the ” forum” section on pg 114-115. Anyway, this cake was indescribably delicious, this fruit fondant powder turns into a rich fruit coolie when mixed with water!

This magazine is sold at Barnes & Noble.

Red Rocks, Colorado, is my escape from this sometimes
frenetic world!..........more here

Thanks for your visit, hope you enjoy my version of the scone!



julie said...

Delicious scones with preserves..yummy!!
First time to your space,glad to follow you:-)
Do drop by my space too
Erivum Puliyum

Torviewtoronto said...

beautiful presentation scones look wonderful lovely pictures

Saji said...

Beautifully presented.
Thanks for stopping by @ my place.

Jay said...

sounds great...absolute delicious..;)
Tasty Appetite

MaryBeth said...

WOW...the scones look amazing, your mom would be so proud.

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Awesome scones.Luv ur adorable blog of confection.Glad to follow U.

Amina Khaleel said...

Hi... thanks for visiting my blog.. your scones look absolutely delicious and the pics are awesome...

Anonymous said...

Delicious! I am amazed that you didn't use any sugar in the jam....nicely done!

Congratulations on being contacted and published by the magazine....I'm familiar with it! I can only imagine how thrilling that was!

Nammi said...

Hi, delicious looking scones. Your home made preserve looks yumm.

Padhu said...

Looks simply delicious and inviting.

Parsley Sage said...

Well done! Landing in a magazine spread is big news :) Fabulous scones, darling! They sound lovely with the preserves :)

Lora said...

Those must be the prettiest scones I've ever seen! And a big congrats on being published. Lovely cake as well.

Magic of Spice said...

Congratulations on your feature...gorgeous!
Happy New Year!