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Time for Vintage Tea!

Wow - What a find! Fabulous 50's sandwich server with 6 plates. This set from Johnson Bros has a red rose design, on a grey hand drawn grid effect, and is in perfect vintage condition.

Ideal for serving a vintage tea, why not try making scones - they are so easy - we'll be making our favourite cheese scones later today!

Johnson Bros vintage rose sandwich tray and tea plates from yay retro! online retro china shop

 

Cheese Scones Recipe from our trusty 1970s Stork Margerine Cook book!

8oz Self Raising Flour

1 level tsp baking powder

2 oz margerine

4 oz Grated Cheese

7 tbsp milk 

Salt and Pepper

Place all ingredients into a bowl (or better still a food processer), mix to form a soft dough. Turn out onto a lightly floured board, lightly knead and roll out to about 2.5cm/ 1" thickness. We normally just pat it out into a flat shape!

Either cut out using pastry cutters or just slice with a knife into about 8 - 10 pieces.

Place on a baking sheet (no need to grease), bake in pre-heated oven Gas 7 / 425F/ 220c for 12 - 15 minutes until golden brown.

Easy and delicious! If you prefer sweet scones, take out the cheese, salt and pepper, and add 1 oz sugar.

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