Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Scone Bones

I used the bone-shaped cutters and ta-da, scone bones for people.

In other news, I'm off to get Tim one more gift.  Then it's home to make homemade onion dip, shower, jams, and settle down for the night. 

Hope you're having fun and eating lots of nummy things.

Cheers & Boogie Boogie.

10 comments:

  1. Are the scone bones people food or doggie food? :) Or both?

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  2. James: My bad. People scone bones.

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  3. James: I went back and added that they were for people. Thanks for asking because honestly, I didn't even think about that they could be for pups, too.

    Merry Christmas.

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  4. Scones are yummy :)

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  5. Scone bones! Love it! Boogie boogie to you, too. And happy holidays!!

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  6. Daughter made cookies this past weekend and brought some over. They were "nummy"!

    Enjoy your scone bones! Merry Merry!

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  7. Scone bones - would be absolutely purrrfect for Halloween - I'm already planning for next year. I'm gonna build my own bone man - skeleton Sam here I come :)

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  8. Scone skull and bones? Amazingly pirate-ical ;)

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  9. mshatch: Do you like making them? I love mine with jam.

    alexia: Hope your busy holiday week is filled with fun. Thanks for the boogie boogie.

    Stacy: Merry Christmas, back. What kind of cookies?

    Kim: Why wait?

    Elaine: A skull would be fun. I have skull ice cubes. Merry Christmas and enjoy your Doctor Who. I've still got a bit of catching up to do.

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  10. A scone bone has the tone of a trombone alone in the zone...

    And that's all the rhyming I've got in me...

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