But often Christie found the scone superfluous, and just ate the cream by the spoonful instead.
What about the scone, or the biscotti, or the lowly mandelbrot?
Wally took a huge bite out of a scone, and surveyed the relic with interest.
Maggie had baked a scone and handed it to him; then, after he had bitten it, he handed it back.
Charles the Second was crowned by the Scotch at scone, in 1651.
(here we get hold of historic fact) placed it at scone in the ninth century.
At first Baliol was successful, and was crowned at scone, but he was presently defeated and driven out of Scotland.
He attended at the crowning of Charles at scone, January 1, 1651.
They were as large as an English scone, and cost two cash apiece, that is to say, for one shilling I could buy twenty dozen.
At this time Ormsby, the justiciary, was holding court at scone.