Remembering Queen Elizabeth II with scones, her way

Jam or cream first? Queen Elizabeth II had a particular style of eating scones. At Pasadena's Rose Tree Cottage, we honor the queen with scones her way.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • September 9, 2022
It’s said that Queen Elizabeth II wasn’t much of a gourmand. She ate to live versus lived to eat. But I thought a few warm scones, some clotted cream and fruit would be a fitting way to honor the passing of Britain’s longest-serving monarch. There...
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