a great scone recipe using gluten free flour and lemonade. use a good flour blend- the better the mix the better the scones. also do not overmix as it will make a heavy scone (what my dad calls a "doorstopper" ). this is an australian recipe and uses bubbley lemonade soda/soft drink- not the traditional lemonade made on real lemons and sugar. i use "orgran" brand flour for this recipe. after the first review on this recipe, i have made the scones again. the oven temperature is correct and the recipe worked fine. i have posted some photos now. similar recipes on this site also use the same oven temperature. i have recently had the temperature on my oven tested and corrected. the temperature stated in this recipe is correct. you could use a lower temp and cook for longer. the quick cooking gives a firm outer layer and a beautiful soft steamy centre- perfect straight from the oven
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winter squash and tomatoes are a winning combination. i've combined this with white navy beans and mozzarella cheese to make a complete and inexpensive meal to make ahead in a 2 quart crockpot. turn on in the morning and by the time you're back from work,
while travelling in the states last summer, my kids and i developed an addiction to moose tracks ice cream. (dh isn't much of an ice cream lover) unfortunately, we can't get moose tracks here in israel... so i decided to concoct my own version. here's the
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