Last Saturday I met one of my best friends again. It was long time ago when we’ve seen each other. Well, long time for our friendship means we haven’t seen each other for 3 weeks. 😉 But this is quite enough, especially as we couldn’t even talk by phone as usual. That’s why we had a lot to catch up as the last few weeks were for both intensive and therefore important to discuss finally with a friend.
Actually we wanted to go hiking and take some sausages with us to barbecue on a nice place in the middle of nature. But she noticed then that she had an appointment at the hairdresser, which she insisted to go as her hair needed it urgently. 🙂 As the appointment was in the middle of the day, it wasn’t worth it going for a hike but we decided to have a picnic anyway little bit more up the hills where you can drive up with the car. Well, I don’t want to tell more about our plans. We ended up on her balcony the whole afternoon. 😉
Anyway, from our perspective it is not very much important where to meet or end up. For us it is only important to be together at this time, this could be anywhere. So it was actually the best to do staying at her apartment, talking, eating and laughing. The whole afternoon was very nice and cozy. And our sausages from the grill, next to other food we put on it were excellent and we enjoyed it from the beginning to the end.
The day before, I thought on bringing anything else as well to our grill session. I decided to go for Scones again. I used the basic recipe (except exchanged the milk with buttermilk) which I mentioned already in a previous post and spiced them up with cheddar cheese and chive. Aaawwh, that was extremely delicious and absolutely my new favourite for savoury Scones. If you like cheddar cheese you must try them as well. Hopefully you can enjoy them as well during a lazy, cozy and funny afternoon as we did… 😉
Scones basic recipe
– use the recipe as mentioned in my older post (without lemon zest and buttermilk instead of whole milk)
– 150g of Cheddar cheese cut into small cubes
– 1 bunch of chives, cut
add into (dry ingredients) bowl before buttermilk and egg are being added,
stir together, knead the dough on a floured surface to a round flat cake shape with approx. 3cm height, cut into triangular pieces and put it onto the baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes until golden at 250 degrees Celsius