[Sca-cooks] The Omnivore's Hundred

Linda Peterson mirhaxa at morktorn.com
Mon Sep 8 10:52:49 PDT 2008

Real clotted cream is so wonderful. Fortunately, it was the second to last 
day in England that we discovered clotted cream ice cream. Coming from the 
desert southwest, we found it amusing when the British women we were with 
would say, at one of the several cream teas we indulged in, "Oh, honestly, 
salmon again? It's so boring." Our local tea rooms only bring us normal 
whipped cream.
   mirhaxa at morktorn.com

On Sun, 7 Sep 2008, Lilinah wrote:

> Well, if clotted cream tea is tea with scones and jam and clotted cream, i 
> had that more than once in 1961, when i was in England and France with my 
> parents, and probably again in '73 when i was living in France and went with 
> a friend to visit some of his friends in England.
> And here i was imagining putting clotted/Devonshire cream into a cup of 
> tea...
> Since the price of the whiskey was in pounds, i figured the meme had 
> originated in England and that's why i assumed Vodka jelly was what we call 
> Jello shots.
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