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

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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 --> http://southernfood.about.com/od/bis...r/bl60127b.htm

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

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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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