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Queen Elizabeth Gives Her Family Scone Recipe to President Eisenhower

Queen Elizabeth Gives Her Family Scone Recipe to President Eisenhower

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Fretting over your royal wedding breakfast? How about whipping up a batch of traditional English scones using Queen Elizabeth’s own recipe?

In August 1959, Queen Elizabeth entertained President Dwight Eisenhower at Balmoral Castle near Edinburgh. The Queen made drop scones for the President using a family recipe. The following year, enclosed in a letter to the President, Queen Elizabeth included an annotated copy of her recipe.

In her accompanying letter, the Queen suggests substituting treacle (sugar syrup) for caster sugar. Special equipment: teacup for measuring.
Fretting over your royal wedding breakfast? How about whipping up a batch of traditional English scones using Queen Elizabeth’s own recipe?

In August 1959, Queen Elizabeth entertained President Dwight Eisenhower at Balmoral Castle near Edinburgh. The Queen made drop scones for the President using a family recipe. The following year, enclosed in a letter to the President, Queen Elizabeth included an annotated copy of her recipe.

In her accompanying letter, the Queen suggests substituting treacle (sugar syrup) for caster sugar. Special equipment: teacup for measuring.

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Categories:Types, Research, History
Published by: Prologue Magazine on Apr 25, 2011
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