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Hello to all the people who are following every word I type. :-] If you are interested in know my family recipe for Scones I will gladly give it to Genuine Mannerly people. This recipe does not get more Irish as I am sitting in my Kitchen in Ireland, eating the last of the ones I baked this morning. Yum Yum.

I don't know if I am breaking any rules by doing it this way, but I am sure I will be told very quickly.

As this is my Family recipe 7 Generations passed down. I will only post it if people show an interest.

Thank you very much for your time,

Regards,

Dave.

AKA...JS Chisum

PS. This recipe does not put on as much weight as other recipes.

asked Aug 25 '10 at 11:53

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If it is a family recipe and you should keep it as a family recipe. There are people who don't want to share their secrets or their "magic" to others. You should have passed the recipe down to your kids or to your other relatives. It is up to you but you maybe want to discuss this with your family first before you give them out. See how they feel about this..

answered Aug 25 '10 at 12:20

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There is not that much politics in my family, I am the head of my family. What I say goes. You don't sound like you want it, but thanks for the comment anyway.

(Aug 25 '10 at 12:36) Js Chisum Js%20Chisum's gravatar image

I was concern about it.. Some members don't want their recipe published. Just like my mother's pound cake recipe. She doesn't want to give it out to people. It's the secret of the family...

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