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Scones: sweet or savory

Tebbens uses a pizza cutter to divide the scone dough before baking.
Photographer: Stacey Lauren-Kennedy
Tebbens uses a pizza cutter to divide the scone dough before baking.
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They’re so simple — just a mixture of flour, butter, sugar, baking soda and powder and milk — yet the possibilities for the humble scone, from sweet to savory, seem endless. While scones are of Scottish origin and traditionally reserved for tea there, Americans prefer them for breakfast or a mid-morning snack. As the popularity of gourmet coffee drinks, such as latte, cappuccino, espresso and the like, has skyrocketed, so has the quest for snacks ...

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