Homemade Scones

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By The Editors

Published on December 28, 2011

Crumbly, biscuit-like, and yet unlike any other baked good, scones are one of the great pleasures of traveling in the British Isles—but they're so easy to make at home, there's no reason to live without them, ever. With a cup of tea and some butter, jam, or clotted cream: perfection.

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