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March 2017: Vinings Lifestyle Magazine
Are you looking to get creative with your scones? Check out this great idea for a “Scone & Lamb Sandwich” from Vinings Lifestyle Magazine in the Market Fresh section of their March 2017 issue.
March 2016: Restaurant Week
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As a member of the Atlanta Food Blogger’s Society, I received a box of yummy samples from Seven Sisters Scones to try out their robust line of gluten-free offerings that include: sconies (mini scones), bissconies (scone/biscotti mash up), and gourmet croutons. I received samples of sconies in: banana toffee, blueberry, chocolate chocolate chip, lemon poppy seed, mixed berry, and raspberry white chocolate chip. I also received the bacon, cheddar, and chive croutons, and apple caramel bissconies.
December 2015: Product Reviews
Atlanta Food Critic
Sconewich: vegetables, meat and sauces stuffed between a halved scone. This may be Atlanta’s newest cronut-esq food trend contribution to the market. A jalapeno green olive garlic scone provides the perfect complement to this upgraded sandwich…
We love a good scone, but the thought of whipping up a batch on our own is overwhelming. So when we heard there was a new store dedicated to just scones, we had to check it out.
Just like so many of the small businesses we meet, Seven Sisters Scones has a story. It’s more than just a catchy name — the owners are actually two of seven sisters (and two brothers).
Farmers market vendor Seven Sisters Scones will soon have a storefront in Johns Creek, serving sweet and savory scones, and eventually soups, salads, and pies. A soft open is planned for late September.
Hala Yassine (one of seven women in her family) is a psychologist by trade, but worked in restaurants while attending school in California. “Cooking is always something I’ve had a passion for,” she says.
Get ready to “get sconed,” Johns Creek. Farmer’s market veteran, Hala Yassine, will soon be serving her delectable scones in a brick-and-mortar location in Johns Creek. The opening is slated for late September.
A good weekend often has a good meal in the center of it – and what better place to begin preparations for the feast than the Johns Creek Farmers Market?
Each Saturday morning from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., vendors have their wares and vegetables ready for the evening salad or casserole. Homemade jams and jellies await patrons, along with sweet tooth fare such as cakes, pies and cookies.
Metro Atlanta boasts at least a half-dozen year-round farmers markets, but spring is when seasonal markets bloom. For shoppers, the obvious draw among the booths and tents is the bounty of fresh produce. But, nowadays, markets also boast local vendors with meat, cheese, pasta, baked goods and prepared foods.
One thing we love about our job as bloggers, is we get to eat stuff. We have to. It’s our job.
So we called Seven Sisters Scones for a few samples to try. I arrived at Maria’s when she opened the bag of goodies. There were 9 flavors – NINE LARGE SCONES – NOT SAMPLES!!! Nine round mounds of lusciousness. So, we did the smart thing any blogger would do…we made coffee. Thank you wonderful scone ladies! The taste and texture were amazing! So here’s the scoop on the scones…