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Last of Two Thousand and Eleven

Posted by on December 30, 2011

Whilst in Aberdeen one cold and rainy day, I had this incredible hankering for something soft, sweet and doughy. My resources were depleted and only a few ingredients lay in my kitchen. I scanned my cookery books and found the only recipe that I could make without having to journey from the safety of my apartment. That’s when I found it, in a James Martin book. The most amazing Buttermilk Scones recipe. They were so quick to whip up that I could barely contain myself when they came out of the oven. Regardless of the multiple burns I suffered I was just beside myself with how delicious these little babies were. I only took one photo because… well honestly I was just far too excited with my little doughy treasures.

This is definitely something to put on the to-bake list for the New Year. Speaking of which, I hope every single one of you have an absolutely brilliant one. 2011 has been a great year for me. I’ve learnt so much about myself and have made many exciting plans for the New Year that I can’t wait to see through. Hope you all have your resolution lists at the ready, I intend to start fulfilling mine come January 1st.

Here’s to Two Thousand and Twelve- “May you live to learn well, and learn to live well. May you live as long as you want, and never want as long as you live.”

 

2 Responses to Last of Two Thousand and Eleven

  1. Moya

    Best wishes to you and your family for 2012… could eat one of those lovely freshly baked scones right now!

    • Maha

      Thank you so much! Hope you all had a wonderful New Years Eve. I’m always partial to a scone or two ;)

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