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Cranberry Scones

Cranberry Scones

One can expect consistency in the size and quantity of Jones the Grocer’s pastries and breads as they are weighed in their dough form before being sent into the oven. Sadly, their scones are a disappointment. Made from dough using what appeared to be oat/wheat flour, they turned up to be rather tasteless and bland. The cranberries did not seem to make the scone any more flavorful. However, the dough was dense, possessing the correct texture of scone. Freshly out of the oven, it tasted warm and soft in the inside while having a slightly crispy crust. No doubt it was a rather large scone, a price of $4 for the scone was a little too steep to us.

Jones the Grocer
Level 4, #21-23 Mandarin Gallery
333a Orchard Road

Written by foodphd

August 3, 2011 at 10:02 am

Posted in Desserts, Scones

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