Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Regrets and Appreciation~

They have such a great idea... Lori and Ann~

But I must face it~ I am not good at this at all..I am sure many of you could and will be:)
so I am late..



.....At posting a recipe I made ..gleaned from a blog I thoroughly enjoy~ I hope my link leads the way for you to see what a great idea Lori and Ann have..And I hope you can all be better than me..
So better late than never..I wanted another venue for my Confitures De Coings~

Diane's scones..are the perfect venue~ Thank you so much Diane.. from the heart....I've made many a scone in my day..these were as Goldilocks would say.."Just right"~



Merçi Diane et Bonne Journée..J'apprécie beaucoup tes billets!
I guess if I had a little edible chain.. this particular scone would be perfect jewelry for Peau d'Âne:)..since the hole is there and ready for such chain~

26 comments:

  1. Je t'en prie, Monique. The real thanks go to the "Joy of Cooking" cookbook. It is such a great source for all things basic and classic. Seeing your heart shaped scones makes them even more appealing. And with such a sweet top...mmmmm! I think I'll only make heart shaped from now on. And of course, your photos are just as luscious! ♥♥♥

    Bonne journée à toi, aussie....Diane

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  2. Oh, love at first sight for me! When I first saw it at Diane's and now here at yours. I <3 this scone-and-jam matrimony ... from the heart ... how beautiful is that? I love that the 2 hearts are linked :) What a wonderful Valentine's Day brekkie! ;)

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  3. Beautiful as always Monique...
    I love the little hearts...
    I have made this recipe from Joy and it is a lovely one...Yours look extra special!
    L~xo

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  4. that is so special! :)) and beautiful Monique as always...love the hearts and jam :)

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  5. Sweet way to start the day. Little hearts from the heart.

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  6. so beautiful, soft and good .... but please, Monique, why don't you put a translator on your blog? You make everything easier for us .....
    in any case, as always your photos are so beautiful. But pardon my curiosity, but you really are a grandmother? Reading what and how you write, it seems incredible!
    Kises
    Dani

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  7. The scones are perfect with your quince gelee! The way you plated the two is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing this idea.

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  8. De réelles douceurs gourmandes, et comme toujours tant de générosité, tu arrives à ma réchauffer rien qu'en lisant tes post, merci pour ces blogs que tu me fais découvrir

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  9. very sweet, 2 hearts are better then one~

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  10. che bello questo post! complimenti!

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  11. I looked for quinces at the organic market yesterday but to no avail. I am now on a mission to find them! Your jam has such a beautiful color.

    Your heart-shaped scones are beautiful, Monique. I must cut mine into hearts the next time I make them!!

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  12. Beautiful scones and it fits perfectly in the heart shape on that lovely plate! It must have tasted wonderful with your confiture.

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  13. Monique, you know that I love scones, but mine don't look like yours. Everything you do is beautiful. Love the heart shape. Makes the scone even sweeter.

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  14. What a clever post :-). Your scones look very good, indeed.

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  15. Here are some things that I love:

    1) Diane's blog
    2) Chocolate
    3) Your photos
    4) Jacques Brel
    5) The generous way you always find someone's recipes to feature and to share with us.

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  16. A heart shape scone!! I <3!! Great post!

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  17. I totally agree with you. It takes incredible people and generous souls like Lori and Ann to put forward great ideas like these. They are what I regard as the looms that bring and weave threads that lead to the eventual colourful social tapestry that brightens our days... reminds me a little of those few classmates who would always take it upon themselves to initiate class gatherings and reunions...:)

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  18. Love the little heart shaped scones. So precious. I didn't think scones could get any better...and now I see this. Bravo.
    Sam

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  19. Good morning.. and Thank you ..Shirley..wonderfully said!

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  20. This is all so beautiful - delicious scones and such a cute plate! Lovely :)

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  21. Ces scones sont terriblement délicious. Comme j'aimerais y goûter.

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  22. Lovely...tasty scones. I have admired them in two locations! :) I must find a quiet morning that is not rushed and make some to enjoy with a cup of tea...

    You always have such a warm, creative way of presenting....Thank you!

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  23. I can't decide whether these scones look the most beautiful or the most delicious...both I suppose, which means too beautiful to eat! they do belong with Peau d'ane!
    Ronelle

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  24. I love the heart shaped scones! Love the pictures...beautiful as always. The confiture looks delicious as well.

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  25. Cette assiette est magnifique! Et que dire du scone et de la confiture de coing.., sublimes.

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  26. Monique, I've just spent the last 2 hours with your blog. Really. I was on the plane, pulled put my computer and there it was.
    A lovely afternoon reading your thoughts and eying your photos. The Quince jam looks wonderful, love the color! I've been keeping up with Cathy, so just sent her love over the airwaves. I wish I had a financiers to go with my cup of tea. Your Grandson is delicious, your husband is obviously a talented cook. I could go on, but thanks for the lift. It's been a joy!
    Pam

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