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7 hours ago, Snowkitty said:

This is at a store near me...

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I can't recommend a brand for you as I don't live in the same country.  However, I can tell you that double cream isn't the same as clotted cream though it is thick enough to go on to scones if that is what you want to use it for. I can't believe you get cream in jars imported from England.  At least you know this is good stuff and comes from the right part of the country. :)

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.... never heard the term "clotted' cream.... I'm from the USA.....  ....  i could google it.. :D

 

 

OK i googled it.....

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=clotted+cream&&view=detail&mid=A7D87C5C9DF22F4BDCF0A7D87C5C9DF22F4BDCF0&FORM=VRDGAR



looks pretty good.  He said over icecream.... but it looks like it would be great with steamy soft freshly baked breads....


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7 hours ago, vern said:

.... never heard the term "clotted' cream.... I'm from the USA.....  ....  i could google it.. :D

 

 

OK i googled it.....

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=clotted+cream&&view=detail&mid=A7D87C5C9DF22F4BDCF0A7D87C5C9DF22F4BDCF0&FORM=VRDGAR



looks pretty good.  He said over icecream.... but it looks like it would be great with steamy soft freshly baked breads....

 

I'm English and I've never heard of eating clotted cream on either ice cream or bread?? If you put it on hot bread it would just liquify. You can use clotted cream to make ice cream .. best ice cream ever.  Awesome with strawberries or on freshly baked scones with strawberry jam.  That's how they eat it in Devon and Cornwall. Making my mouth water now. LOL  

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On 05/07/2017 at 6:15 PM, Snowkitty said:

I know this doesn't go here but I really would like to know what is a good,authentic brand of clotted cream .I've never had it so I don't know what  the real thing taste like.

Can anyone help me out?

 

 

In Britain, this is a popular brand:

 

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If you are going for a cream tea, please use the following method:

 

 

We're British, not barbarians! :wink:

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In the US - cream cheese is probably more common than clotted cream. They are not exactly the same thing but have similar uses.

 

With the popularity of cooking shows Mascarpone has become somewhat popular.

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