Fresh Recipes for a Great Tea Party
Cranberry and Currant Scones
This Scottish quick bread is a classic tea treat. The Columbus Cranberry Scones, from an Indiana tea room, come speckled with dried cranberries. We like them with dried cherries, currants and raisins, too. Scones also are popular at afternoon tea at the Saint Paul Hotel, where they are made with fresh cranberries. Currant Scones are another variation on this treat; try serving them with a side of Devonshire cream instead of butter.