Better homes and gardens strawberry shortcake scones
Baking Illustrated: A Best Recipe Classic by Cooks Illustrated MagazineThis is an inspirational tale of triumph, a pilgrims progress of common ingredients—eggs, butter, sugar, and flour—from their humble origins to the sweet Empyrean of baked delights.
Along the way, many byways and pitfalls threaten. There are instructive example to curb those who would stray. You will meet—and recoil in heartsick horror from—the ugly pie, the misshapen biscuit, and the soggy pizza. Ill refrain from detailing the rough fate of wayward muffins to spare the readers delicate sensibilities.
Ultimately, if you follow the given instructions to the letter, having begun with the best and most pure ingredients, your efforts will stand their test in the torrid darkness to emerge transformed.
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Strawberry Shortcake Scones are buttery and golden, and studded with juicy, fresh strawberries. A drizzle of sweet vanilla cream glaze is the perfect finish! But there was always something nagging at my brain, telling me the delicate berries would get smushed and ruin the tender texture of the scones to a gooey mess. Enjoy the berry studded deliciousness!! Maya lives on the Kenai Peninsula of Alaska. And to be completely forthright, the scenes that she shares from Alaska on social media were what initially beckoned me to follow her many years ago.
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What I am invested in is a sporting tournament that has a long-standing traditional dish. That part is definitely in my wheelhouse, and according to the Wimbledon librarian, strawberries and cream have been associated with the event since Trust the British to make a genteel sport even more refined, and frankly what better way to celebrate summer than with time spent outside in the fresh air accompanied by a summery treat? And, can you think of a purer distillation of English cooking than a scone studded with bright red strawberries? So, in honor of lawn tennis played on grass courts, and as part of my continued efforts to bring you an enormous amount of butter and fruit based baked goods this summer, may I present: Strawberry Shortcake Scones. The more I bake, the more I realize what a difference a little buttermilk, yogurt, or cream can make toward a tender, moist crumb. In this case, slightly sweet ricotta cheese fills that role and helps these scones tip their cap at the American strawberry shortcake, while maintaining their cream-tea bonafides.