More tools. These are the ones I use to roll out and cut the scones.
The cutting board is a square of black granite with little flecks of mica or something equally sparkly. It's 12 inches square, just the right size for a batch of scones. In the upper right is a sifting can, about the size of a soup can, with a metal screen top that makes it super easy to sift flour. (Another favorite kitchen tool - it's great for making gravy, too.)
The roller is a bolillo, a traditional New Mexican tortilla roller, 10.5 inches long. The smaller size makes it easy to handle.
The cutter is a 1.5 inch round. This makes a small scone, which is what I wanted for this tea. Lotsa little scones.
It's Saturday, and my dear spouse said, yes he would like some scones please. So all the scraps are getting baked up today.
Today's batch: 32 scones
Scone count: 185
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