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High Tea Dilemma

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Jam on cream, or cream on jam?
17th Mar 2006, 21:10   | tags:,,,,

Mrs Euphro says:

A Devon friend told me it must always be jam on cream :)

17th Mar 2006, 21:26

mat says:

Curses! That means I lose. :)

Tests today suggested that jam spreads better on cream than cream does on jam. I would imagine this is even more true in the case of lovely lovely Devon clotted cream, which is pretty much just butter anyway.

17th Mar 2006, 21:30

Joe says:

personally, it would be cream on cream for me...I can't stand jam.

17th Mar 2006, 21:32

Helen says:

Cream on jam.

18th Mar 2006, 13:49

Euphro says:

Gorgeous shots. Are these with the D50?

18th Mar 2006, 14:05

beth says:

yep for once me and helen agree cream on jam on butter please..

19th Mar 2006, 17:33

Spike says:

i go for one slice with jam and one slice with cream, sandwiched together and eaten washed down with a nice earl grey, then im not winning or loosing (*that a lie - i am really winnning!!!)

19th Mar 2006, 17:40

Uber_Spy says:

Damn those look so good I'm drooling! Haven't had scones with jam & tea for a life time.

19th Mar 2006, 20:33

FilbertFox says:

any which way tastes good. and the earl grey should be black

19th Mar 2006, 20:42

ukmari says:

When I visited Devon and ordered cream tea, I was so confused to be asked whether I would like coffee with it. I thought I asked for tea.

20th Mar 2006, 21:45

seaneeboy says:

*Makes note to make Joe some Bananajam*

And yes mat, everyone knows you have jam on cream :)

23rd Mar 2006, 16:57

seaneeboy says:

PS - this once again highlights why I'm crap at being a gruff scotsman. I once had pimms on the broads too. I Still keep that quiet to the folks back home.

23rd Mar 2006, 16:58

gareth2much(gprice3-at-optusnet-dot-com-dot-au) says:

take the jam +cream,then add to blender, spread and no more decisions to sweat over while listening to the Duke / Dutchess

24th Mar 2006, 21:22

teresajh says:

Cream on top of the jam but the jam MUST be blackcurrant and the cream clotted.

24th Mar 2006, 21:25