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Old 07-10-2005, 01:44 AM   #76
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umm, both?
you can tell me. i wouldn't stop speaking to you over something as trivial as that, i promise.

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What are those coloured bits? Sultanas?
raisins, according to the site i got the pic from.
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PS: Khanada's pic is a good example of our idea of a scone.

And sultanas are what Beli would call raisins.
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Old 07-10-2005, 01:46 AM   #78
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Did I say you said you said they were?? No. I was merely explaining myself. Taking things too seriously once again??
so basically you quoted what i said to say the same exact thing? how about you not bring up previous issues in this thread, especially since it has nothing to do with this thread.
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Whatever, you completely misunderstood my post.
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I can't really answer that one because I don't think there is an Australian equivalent to our idea of scones. They are kind of like a firmer biscuit that sometimes has raisins (sultanas) or currants in them and they are usually triangular in shape instead of round.
Do you purchase them in a packet from the supermarket or from a bakery?
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PS: Khanada's pic is a good example of our idea of a scone.

And sultanas are what Beli would call raisins.

I don't think I would be able to understand a USA menu.
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Do you purchase them in a packet from the supermarket or from a bakery?
Well, they can be purchased from certain bakeries or cafes but most of the time people make them themselves from scratch. They taste best when they are fresh.
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Florida oranges. The answer is Florida oranges
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Well, they can be purchased from certain bakeries or cafes but most of the time people make them themselves from scratch. They taste best when they are fresh.
Is it like an Australian scone ie just flour, eggs, milk... I just went to google a receipe and found this

http://www.aussieinamerica.com/food/biscuits.htm
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Florida oranges. The answer is Florida oranges
that was the answer i wanted to hear anyway.
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that was the answer i wanted to hear anyway.
You mentioned Florida in the bullying thread.
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I don't think I would be able to understand a USA menu.
You would, there are a lot of pictures in it.
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Is it like an Australian scone ie just flour, eggs, milk...
Sort of but they usually have butter, baking powder and currants or sultanas as well. I often use buttermilk in place of regular milk because it makes them softer and lighter but that is just a personal thing.

I'd say that everything on that website is pretty accurate, particularly the sweet/savoury thing. Notiti's Australian boyfriend used to give us a hard time about wanting sweet things for breakfast. He said donuts and pastries are for desert not breakfast and he would encourage us to have a ham and tasty cheese croissant instead of something sweet.
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Sort of but they usually have butter, baking powder and currants or sultanas as well. I often use buttermilk in place of regular milk because it makes them softer and lighter but that is just a personal thing.
I wonder if an USA scone is similar to an Australian rockcake.....

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I'd say that everything on that website is pretty accurate, particularly the sweet/savoury thing. Notiti's Australian boyfriend used to give us a hard time about wanting sweet things for breakfast. He said donuts and pastries are for desert not breakfast and he would encourage us to have a ham and tasty cheese croissant instead of something sweet.
Donuts for breakfast? That does sound too sweet for me. ha, ha, I think I would die of starvation if I went to the USA. People from the USA often comment that Australian milkshakes are disgusting as they're too bland. Each to their own.

The odd thing is we are comparing foods from the two countries with the fattest citizens so we're obviously both "wrong'. lol.
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