Do you do Devon or Cornish Cream Teas?


#1

Because if you do you’re a bloody dweeb


#2

Cornish, thanks. Any other way is weird.


#3
  • Devon
  • Cornish
  • Not a bloody dweeb

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#4

I do not know the difference or what either mean really.


#5

Sorry laelf’s the wider snake oil community begs to differ according to entirely neutral website Devon Live


#6

Devon is cream then Jam
Cornish is Jam then cream
I think they’re also very slightly different types of regional cream no-body can tell any difference between


#7

oh that shit again

TEA IS DINNER
BAPS ARE ROLLS

who cares!!!

(I do cream then jam)


#8

Well we all know scientists are always right so I guess I’ll have to amend my ways.


#9

had a few when I lived in devon


#10

How on earth are you meant to spread jam onto cream? How is the Devon way even possible?!?!

(hello, I’m new here, well - I’ve been lurking for a bit and working my way up to posting)


#11

which kind


#12

How can something be correct?

And anyway if you turned that thing upside down, it’s the other one isn’t it


#13

the devon kind I’d guess


#14

Welcome.


#15

You’ve picked the right thread to come in on, friend, a Ruffers topic always has excellent response rate and maximum beeve.


#16

Scones are awful aren’t they, just flavourless floury mulch.


#17

Getting right to the nub of the issue here people


#18

Well done for starting your posting with a correct opinion.


#19

May I shock you? I cut the scone in two, cover one half in cream, one in jam and then squish them together.


#20

Cream first. Jam in a little dollop on top. No jam-spreading need occur. Devon all the way, but I’m incredibly biased.