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Rosalind, what is Clotted cream?
« Reply #25 on: 14/12/2008 13:44:37 »
Prsonally, I think that clotted craem is over-rated and should carry a health warning.
As for scones and jam, try them with that extra-thick double cream some supermarkets do - it's a better mouthfeel than clotted. ;)
I don't agree about the mouth feel. I much prefer clotted cream. The worst mouth feel has to be squirty cream from a tin.

I go along with you 100%.

blakestyger, you are describing what has become known as a Sussex Cream Tea. A poor imitation of the real Cornish & Devonshire cream tea.
 

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Rosalind, what is Clotted cream?
« Reply #26 on: 15/12/2008 08:25:56 »
Prsonally, I think that clotted craem is over-rated and should carry a health warning.
As for scones and jam, try them with that extra-thick double cream some supermarkets do - it's a better mouthfeel than clotted. ;)
I don't agree about the mouth feel. I much prefer clotted cream. The worst mouth feel has to be squirty cream from a tin.

I go along with you 100%.


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Rosalind, what is Clotted cream?
« Reply #26 on: 15/12/2008 08:25:56 »

 

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