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Orange Zest Scones + Strawberry Rhubarb Compote

Happy Good Friday! There is so much I’d love to say today, as we head into this glorious Easter weekend, but alas I’m in the midst of a multi-day cookbook shoot so I’m going to have to leave you with some pretty pictures and (later today!) a recipe for my favorite orange-zest scones and strawberry-rhubarb compote. I love the sweet-tangy balance of strawberry and rhubarb together and NOTHING says spring to me more than this combo. I made these scones yesterday and let’s just say there are approximately none left!

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Signe will be here any minute so I’ve got to run…but I promise I’ll add in the recipe later today…stay tuned!

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Photos by Signe Birck; props by ABC Carpet & Home.

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