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Peter Aug 24, 1999 08:21 AM

I don't know if the scones served at Kitchenette are
"traditional" since I don't know what a traditional
scone is, exactly. But they sure are tasty. Moist
flaky pastry, filled with fruit (I like Blueberry best,
but they're all good).

Kitchenette is at 80 West Broadway (corner of Warren)

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    Pam Sommers RE: Peter Aug 26, 1999 11:34 AM

    A good "Gold Standard" is a scone at Tea & Sympathy on
    Greenwich Ave between 12th & 13th Streets. They're
    proper-sized (toddler's fist not quarterback's fist)
    and float off the plate. Divine!

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      chimera RE: Pam Sommers Sep 24, 1999 06:27 PM

      Mmmmm. Tea & Sympathy scones with clotted cream....

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        david RE: chimera Mar 13, 2001 04:43 PM

        i miss the old, gluier clotted cream t&s used to sport with their scones. but, yes, definitely, these scones are my favorite.

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