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May 22, 2013

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bellini

I prefer a savoury scone over a sweet one Simona.The roasted carrots would add just the right touch.

Marta

io li ho fatti alle fragole con yogurt, veloci con paio di giri nella ciotola e infornati ;-) mi ispirano molto anche i tuoi con le carote arrosto ciauzzzz

Alicia (foodycat)

I like macarons but I hated the book. Amongst other irritations the description of making them was wrong!

These scones look much nicer.

brii

Anch'io sono una grande fan di sia scones che rose.
Questi mi intrigano, come anche quelli con la barbabietola.
Baciusss

Debra

Sorry you didn't care for the book. I really liked it. But, these scones? I love them! I have a LOT of carrots to use so I am making these scones. I also have a bag of beets to use too. Checking out that other recipe.

Lori Lynn

I'm excited to see this post today. I made carrot risotto for the first time last night, with vodka, and it was great, hope to post soon. YAY for your roses...
LL

Simona Carini

You're like me, then, Val.

Ciao Martissima. Questa e' un'altra bella caratteristica degli scone: sono veloci da preparare.

Ciao Alicia. Thanks for the note about the book being wrong in the macaron-making description. (I noticed other things.)

Ciao Brii. E sono perfetti da mettere nello zaino quando vai per una delle tue lunghe camminate ;)

Ciao Debra. I recommend roasting the carrots and then making the scones. The red beet ones are also very nice. Let me know if you try either.

It sounds interesting, Lori Lynn. I think that many vegetables are better roasted, carrots and beets being two examples. Looking forward to your post on the carrot risotto.

Deb in Hawaii

I'm sorry the book wasn't a hit with you but glad the scones came out of it at least. I like savory scones and I love the idea of the roasted carrots paired with the candied ginger. I can imagine enjoying them with a cup of black tea. (Beautiful rose too!) ;-)

Simona Carini

Ciao Deb. I take every reading experience as a good experience, in the sense that it exposes me to different types of writing. Carrots definitely gain by roasting. Glad you like my little rose.

Rachel @ The Crispy Cook

What a gorgeous photo. Your scones sound scrumptious.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Rachel. I am enjoying my exploration of savory scones with vegetables.

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