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In This Episode / Listener Questions
- What is the secret of ‘adding value’ and earning more?
- Geocaching as a free activity
- How often should you be spending money and saving money (Sir Joke, Twitter)
- What should I do with an old 401(k) (General Kenobi)
- Is it better to invest everything in a target date fund (Kim, Boston, MA)
- How can I make multiple streams of income for a media production company (Emmanuel)
- Should I take a lump sum payout for my pension (C3PO)
- One NFL player and how he budgets
- Millennial women, take better control of your financial futures
- What is an authorized user on a credit card
Makes 4 large scones
- 8 oz self-raising flour
- 1.5 tablespoons of caster sugar (regular sugar works too)
- 1.5 oz salted butter (room temp)
- 0.5 teaspoon of baking powder
- 1 egg plus milk to make 1/4 pint
- Pinch of salt
- (Optional) Add some dried fruit if you like – cranberries, raisins. Do not use watery or frozen fruit.
Oven to 430F
Sift the flour, sugar, salt, and baking powder into a bowl. Use hands to mix in the butter until course crumbs form (don’t overwork).
Mix in milk+egg mixture with a rubber spatula.
Flour your hands and knead the mixture into a soft dough.
Flour a surface for rolling. Roll out to 3/4 – 1″ thick.
Cut into 4 pieces. You can do squares or triangles. Traditional scones are cut with a fluted cutter. I don’t own one, so I used a knife. Tastes the same.
Bake 12 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.
Eat on the same day or freeze and reheat.
Serve with butter and jam.
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