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Posted by Jonathan Labaree on July 01, 2003 at 02:52:05 from user JLabaree.

In Reply to: Re: Seedcake posted by Jon on July 01, 2003 at 01:43:41:

"The word "scone" is practically unknown in America, better known in Canada. Americans call scones biscuits.

We do indeed have scones here in the US - at least in New England. My mother makes an excellent scone (her family haven't been in the British Isles (Wales, mostly) since the late 17th century. The bakery down the street also produces a fine scone.

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