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Old Jul 9th 2023, 2:25 am
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Whats your favourite? What would you try?

I have a new job Whoop Whoop! Part of it is to bake savoury and sweet scones daily. Today's were bacon cheddar and coconut raspberry, also made apple pie focaccia and hokey pokey coffee cake.

other things made with scone dough - pulled pork hand pies and spanokopita hand pies.

I'd appreciate some ideas so I loom brilliant, p,ease and thank you. Only ever done home baking, so this is a bit deep end.
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Whats your favourite? What would you try?

I have a new job Whoop Whoop! Part of it is to bake savoury and sweet scones daily. Today's were bacon cheddar and coconut raspberry, also made apple pie focaccia and hokey pokey coffee cake.

other things made with scone dough - pulled pork hand pies and spanokopita hand pies.

I'd appreciate some ideas so I loom brilliant, p,ease and thank you. Only ever done home baking, so this is a bit deep end.
Cheese and chive scones are my favourite. I've been making them for so long that I don't use a recipe, but this one is very similar
https://www.thehomecookskitchen.com/...avoury-scones/
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Anything baked with cheese - scones, bagels, bread - is greatly enhanced with marmite.

Cheese and marmite might work. Or vegemite for those from down under.
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I usually fall victim to whatever scones they have in when I go to Cobs Bread. The Cranberry and Lemon scones they started stocking at Costco are surprisingly good too, don't have any kind of preservativey taste/texture.
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Today I made red pepper cheddar and haskup berry. One sweet, one savoury each day.
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Originally Posted by Piff Poff
Today I made red pepper cheddar and haskup berry. One sweet, one savoury each day.
It looks like you're way ahead of all of us.
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Today I was baking cakes in front of a Michelin starred chef, jeez. So stressy.

I was asked whonbaked the scones by a customer today. She then said she doesn't usually like scones that much. I told her it was me, she said I had made her a yummy lunch. She had wanted a Parisian sandwich, which is brie, ham, lettuce, raspberry jam and Dijon mustard, I had sold out of bread, brie, ham and lettuce, so she got a red pepper and cheddar scone, cheddar and Apple, ham and Dijon. Glad she liked it.

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Our local cafe sells spinach & cheese scones that apparently are very tasty.
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Originally Posted by Sunnybrae
Our local cafe sells spinach & cheese scones that apparently are very tasty.
we do a spinachspinach (spanokopita style) hand pie out of scone dough.
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Originally Posted by Piff Poff
Today I was baking cakes in front of a Michelin starred chef, jeez. So stressy.

I was asked whonbaked the scones by a customer today. She then said she doesn't usually like scones that much. I told her it was me, she said I had made her a yummy lunch. She had wanted a Parisian sandwich, which is brie, ham, lettuce, raspberry jam and Dijon mustard, I had sold out of bread, brie, ham and lettuce, so she got a red pepper and cheddar scone, cheddar and Apple, ham and Dijon. Glad she liked it.

I do love feeding people.
I am not sure I can help on the scone front BUT please do come and live with meee. Please.

And yes. From the sounds of it you have a gift and the Mich * person was lucky .

Just thought . The old apple and chutney thing.
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What about a cheese ham and pineapple? Call It the Hawaiian.
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What about a cheese ham and pineapple? Call It the Hawaiian.
Put a policeman on top and call it The Hay Wain
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Put a policeman on top and call it The Hay Wain
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Today was triple berry and olive, salami cheese and tomato cheese focaccia and carrot cake with a coconut buttercream icing.
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We have a custom order at work for a carrot cake. It's costing the customer $75. I'm quite nervous about pulling it off. I'm just a self taught home baker. Didn't even do cooking for my exams, I did needlework. Lol.
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