Happy Easter!

Scone, favorite cup full of tea, and a Japanese text to translate! What’s not to love?
 Do you love scones? I know I sure do! One thing I love about Australia is that they sure appreciate a good scone and tea around here. This picture is a little old, but I never managed to post it. I found a nice recipe for British-style scones on a lovely food blog here
In the proper Easter spirit, Shaun requested chocolate scones this morning. “Chocolate scones? Blasphemy!” I thought, but actually they were quite good! And even though we were virtually out of butter, they still tasted quite nice. I use regular milk rather than buttermilk as well, and I find I like them just as much as any buttermilk scone I’ve ever had. 
For all of my international readers, tomorrow is Anzac Day here in AU, which is much like Memorial Day in the US (I believe; I admit I don’t know too much about Anzac Day history). Shaun and I will be attending the parade in the Brisbane CBD, and you bet I’ll have my 3DS on sleep mode to see if I can collect any StreetPass hits!
See you all next week!

About Anne Lee

Also known as apricotsushi. Anne can be written with the kanji for apricot (杏), and sushi was the most quintessentially Japanese thing I could think of when I was 13, resulting in my goofy, albeit memorable, nickname.