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Ginger biscuits but.. Dip them in a tea and they're a game changer!

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What does Willo think?

 


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Cant stand custard creams jaffa cakes or jammy dodgers

 


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View orpingtoneagle's Profile orpingtoneagle Flag Orpington 28 Oct 15 11.40am Send a Private Message to orpingtoneagle Add orpingtoneagle as a friend

Anything with ginger (apart from that nice lady who used to be Dr Who's assistant,) is horrid.

I am quite patial to a garibaldi (but they seem to have been relegated to the lower shelves in favour of those hideous slightly flaccid over priced cookies,) Also fond of a fig roll

To widen this out very partial to a cheese scone or Eccles cake as a little treat!

 

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Hoof Hearted 29 Oct 15 10.07am

Quote Cucking Funt at 28 Oct 2015 11.13am

What does Willo think?


T1t Willow (or Thrush as I call him) could probably enlighten us detailing a bygone era in the Grocer's emporium where biscuits were sold loose over the counter out of tin boxes and were rationed from 1939 to 1952......

 

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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 29 Oct 15 11.35am

Quote cpfcdboi at 28 Oct 2015 11.22am

Cant stand custard creams jaffa cakes or jammy dodgers

What ever happened to Jaffa cakes, ten years ago I loved them, now they're meh.

Plain Digestives, great with butter, but on their own its a sad showing, and says a lot about the character of the person who busts open a pack of those for guests. Seriously, it might have been all the rage fin-de-siècle, but we have all manner of joyful biscuit. At least get the whole meal variant.


 


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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 29 Oct 15 11.37am

Quote richard shaw (og)65 at 28 Oct 2015 8.30am

have to agree with the rich tea sentiment , very much the carlton palmer of the biscuit world , where as your chocolate chip cookie is more of your stan bowles

Would that be the Huntley N Palmer?


 


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Hoof Hearted 29 Oct 15 11.39am

Quote jamiemartin721 at 29 Oct 2015 11.35am

Quote cpfcdboi at 28 Oct 2015 11.22am

Cant stand custard creams jaffa cakes or jammy dodgers

What ever happened to Jaffa cakes, ten years ago I loved them, now they're meh.

Plain Digestives, great with butter, but on their own its a sad showing, and says a lot about the character of the person who busts open a pack of those for guests. Seriously, it might have been all the rage fin-de-siècle, but we have all manner of joyful biscuit. At least get the whole meal variant.



Plain digestives go well with a really mature tangy cheddar cheese and some onion relish..... and a nice glass of vintage port!

 

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Hoof Hearted 29 Oct 15 11.40am

Quote jamiemartin721 at 29 Oct 2015 11.37am

Quote richard shaw (og)65 at 28 Oct 2015 8.30am

have to agree with the rich tea sentiment , very much the carlton palmer of the biscuit world , where as your chocolate chip cookie is more of your stan bowles

Would that be the Huntley N Palmer?



Booooo.... you've done it again..... repetition!

 

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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 29 Oct 15 12.55pm

Quote Hoof Hearted at 29 Oct 2015 11.40am

Quote jamiemartin721 at 29 Oct 2015 11.37am

Quote richard shaw (og)65 at 28 Oct 2015 8.30am

have to agree with the rich tea sentiment , very much the carlton palmer of the biscuit world , where as your chocolate chip cookie is more of your stan bowles

Would that be the Huntley N Palmer?



Booooo.... you've done it again..... repetition!

Twice in one day... Terrible. I couldn't help myself with this one though, being a Reading boy, we take our 3 B's seriously (Beer, Biscuits and Bulbs). Of course the Courage Brewery has gone as have Huntley and Parmer, and I have no idea about bulbs).

 


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Quote Hoof Hearted at 29 Oct 2015 11.39am

Quote jamiemartin721 at 29 Oct 2015 11.35am

Quote cpfcdboi at 28 Oct 2015 11.22am

Cant stand custard creams jaffa cakes or jammy dodgers

What ever happened to Jaffa cakes, ten years ago I loved them, now they're meh.

Plain Digestives, great with butter, but on their own its a sad showing, and says a lot about the character of the person who busts open a pack of those for guests. Seriously, it might have been all the rage fin-de-siècle, but we have all manner of joyful biscuit. At least get the whole meal variant.



Plain digestives go well with a really mature tangy cheddar cheese and some onion relish..... and a nice glass of vintage port!


So do hot cross buns or teacakes.

 

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very interesting point made earlier how Rich Tea fingers are nicer than the more familiar circular template - funny how shapes change the taste experience, cup or mug of tea, fingered or chunky kitkat, spagehetti or pasta shells etc - I think having deliberated thus that it is wise to be wary of squared or rectangular biscuits, would a circular custard cream be less foul? Interesting. Would a rounded bourbon make an improvement? possibly. Never seen a square or oblong ginger nut either.

 

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