Definition of scone
: a rich quick bread cut into usually triangular shapes and cooked on a griddle or baked on a sheet
Recent Examples of scone from the Web
Besides bread, Sanchez also is baking sweets such as cinnamon rolls, scones and butter crunch cake.
Basic: Your grocery store’s pastry section Reinvented: Ca Va’s bacon cheddar scones and spiced pear and chevre Danishes With its small, intimate tables and bistro charm, Ca Va stands out as one of the most date-worthy brunches on our list.
It’s filled with display versions of cakes, cupcakes, scones, brownies and more.
Another sign that there is great pride in the baked goods at pHlour were the beautiful croissants, scones and muffins stacked up in a display case.
Afternoon Tea: Saturday, June 24, from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Join Cecelia and the Friends of the Somers Library for a free, luxurious afternoon of delicious finger sandwiches, crumpets, scones, clotted cream, and small delectable desserts.
Drummond's new magazine also features a recipe perfect for dads who love sweets in the morning, blueberry scones with vanilla icing.
Form 10 scones about the size of the palm of your hand. 7.
The Tilden With a buzzing lobby bar designed by Studio Tack, this boutique spot in the the up-and-coming Tenderloin is squarely aimed at a hip, younger crowd—plus, the café is stocked with scones and brownies from local favorite Jane.
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Origin and Etymology of scone
perhaps from Dutch schoonbrood fine white bread, from schoon pure, clean + brood bread
First Known Use: 1513See Words from the same year
Definition of Scone
locality in eastern Scotland northeast of Perth population 3713
SCONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scone for English Language Learners
: a small, often sweet bread that sometimes has pieces of dried fruit in it
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