Thursday February 20, 2020

Bitesize

First came the cupcake, then the cronut, and now the humble scone is set for a revival.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
27th July, 2013
Grace Hall and Liam D'Arcy: giving scones a makeover.

First came the cupcake, then the cronut, and now the humble scone is set for a revival. This bakery classic has gotten a makeover, courtesy of self-titled "sconoisseurs" Liam D'Arcy and Grace Hall, and we approve wholeheartedly.

The couple started their boutique food company All'Scone in 2012, and sell their bespoke scones at food markets in London. They're now bringing their creations to a wider audience via their first book, The Little Book of Scones....

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