Personally, I'm waiting for the first scones, jam, and clotted cream fight.
He wanted to know whether Coppinger, the bride, Miss Trevisa, anyone was coming to his house to consume the clotted cream.
Ralph did not mind so long as there was a bowl of clotted cream on the table at every meal.
And you have induced a number of papers to give prominence to the fact that Mr. Penwiper dines daily off curry and clotted cream.
The clotted cream of Devonshire and on the coast of Barbary is the same, as is the mode in which the people manage their farms.
She had read of clotted cream in one of her favorite story-books, and had heard Mr. St. Nick discourse upon the Southdowns.
It is specially famous for two products of the dairy—the clotted cream to which it gives its name, and junket.
Then fill up with clotted cream, till the pie-dish will hold no more.
If then allowed to stand for 12 hours, clotted cream can be skimmed off (as in Devonshire) and the milk can be used next day.
There were cakes of all varieties; there was clotted cream; and of course there was junket.