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[*] Post 495445 posted on 29-5-2015 at 21:36 Reply With Quote
Today is national biscuit day



I'm a Tunnock's Mallow type of a girl. What kind of biscuit person are you?
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[*] Post 495465 posted on 30-5-2015 at 19:02 Reply With Quote


Fox's crinkle crunch range for me, or ginger snaps perfect for dunking.
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[*] Post 495467 posted on 31-5-2015 at 02:09 Reply With Quote


I like chocolate chip cookies, made with dark chocolate chips. Good home-made ones are best. If I get the kind in packages, I like the soft packaged cookies that were not available when I was a child.

Other than that, I like Nabisco Oreo cookies. They are almost black chocolate sandwich cookies with a sugar-and-lard icing in the middle. I like the regular ones better than the double-icing kind.

Sadly, I don't really care for most other cookies, including oatmeal cookies, peanut butter cookies, sugar cookies, ginger snaps, and vanilla cookies. I do find some animal cookies (called "animal crackers" in the States, even though they are plainly cookies) worth eating.
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