Tuesday, January 12, 2010

LEMONY DRIED FRUIT SCONES AND A NEW BLOG

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This  year marks the 300th anniversary of New Bern, and celebrations and events are scheduled throughout the year.  Settled by the Swiss in 2010, New Bern was once an important port  city and the colonial capitol of North Carolina. 
With a rich and interesting history, and a vibrant downtown revitalization, I wanted to write about my adopted town.   So I’ve started The Bear Cupboard
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The first post has a prize-winning recipe for scones that I highly recommend.  I hope you’ll check out  this great recipe, and my new blog. 

12 comments:

Janice said...

Very interesting Judy. Had a quick look at your new blog and will be returning to learn more about your home town.

A Year on the Grill said...

will do,

Faith said...

These scones are gorgeous! I'm off to check out the recipe! :)

My Carolina Kitchen said...

Tyron Place is gorgeous and very impressive as are your scones. Will the new blog be an addition to Judy's Kitchen or a spinoff? I want to make sure I go where you go.
Sam

♥peachkins♥ said...

Congrats on your new blog, Judy.

Judy said...

Sam, For now, I'm going to try keeping up all 3 of my blogs. But sometime in the future I may have to decide on just one. I'm playing it by ear.

Julie said...

Those scones look great, will definitely be checking out that recipe.

Heavenly Housewife said...

Scones look beautiful, i am going to check out your new blog right now.

Foodie with Little Thyme! said...

Love that scone. And I love that it comes with a rich history. Your "adopted" town is just charming! I love all the history that you are sharing!

Coleen's Recipes said...

Those have to be the prettiest scones I've ever seen!!! I'll have to check out your new blog, congrats!!

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