Are you kidding, Sunlion? My mother was from Glasgow and made soda scones in her black cast-iron skillet. I teethed on scones and raspberry jam. I haven't tried the coconut and almond flavoring, though, but I'll bet it's good. I wish I had asked my mother for her recipe, but.. Well, I got one from the Carnegie Library, which I tried out for a high tea I held for my daughters and daughter-in-law. It was explained to me that our concept of high tea is inaccurate, but you know what I mean. We used Mom's Blue Willow china, and had finger sandwiches, scones, strawberries and cream, jams, homemade English toffee, fancy cakes (I bought those-they were too complicated for me to make..well, to make that beautiful, anyway), homemade cookies, and fancy teas with lemon, real cream, and sugar cubes. I had flowers (just a supermarket bunch) on the table. I did not tell the girls why they were coming, but I told them they must dress in their Sunday best and wear jewelry, or they would not be admitted. I said we would be honoring someone. At each place I put a card made of home-made paper with mulberry blossoms imbedded, and an angel pin inside. They had all helped me through an illness, and I told them they were my three angels, and that the tea was in their honor. Each message was different and personalized. There were a lot of teary eyes, and none of us could speak for a little while. Then, we pigged out!! OOOPs! Jeanie, you're of British heritage, you know!!!!Control yourself. I meant to say we all did partake of the treats, and thoroughly enjoyed our "high tea." It's a great way to make use of your best china and fancy teas.