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Scones and tea, the traditional British manner of eating scones

Scones, also called biscuits, are frequently served with sausage gravy as a breakfast side-dish in America. The typical use of buttermilk and heavy shortening in them makes them rich and tasty.

In Britain, scones are often served with strawberry jam and clotted cream for afternoon tea.