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Old October 23rd, 2007, 2:37 am
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Re: "separated by a common language"

Originally Posted by anabel View Post
English scones use baking powder (baking soda) as a raising agent, and are somewhere between bread and cake - more solid than cake but sweeter than bread.
American biscuits also use baking powder & baking soda. Here's a recipe for Southern-Style Buttermilk Biscuits -->

btw, are baking powder & baking soda the same thing in UK terminology? because here, they're two different things.

Originally Posted by YellowPoofBall View Post
Biscuits really aren't like scones at all from what I've seen. I don't think I'd eat a blueberry biscuit, nor would I put preserves on a regular biscuit...
You know, I actually came across a recipe for Blueberry Biscuits while looking for a link to a basic American biscuit recipe


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