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July 13th @ 11:00 am- Hands-On English Scones and Biscuits w/ Chef Kanako Arnold

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This class was such a success that we have had several requests to do it again, so here it is! 

In this hands-on class, Kanako Arnold, will take us back to the old country and teach the delicate discretion between an English biscuit and English scone. A biscuit is not a scone, and a scone is not a biscuit, though they may be made up of almost the same ingredients. The English scone is traditionally eaten during tea time. A perfect little scone is golden brown, crispy on the outside but a layer of butter makes it very moist in inside. Although it's perfect to eat by its self, often accompanied by whipped butter and nice homemade jam. Come to discover how to make light, flaky buttery biscuits, and tender, just crumbly enough, mouth-watering English scones. 

Date: July 13th
Time: 11 AM

Menu: 
Mouth-watering buttermilk biscuits, lemon scones, currant masala scones, and a blueberry cream scone. 
Mmmmm---yummy!

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