Although I think that home made is best, biscuits are the only exception to me that proves the rule. I don't like home made biscuits, but will you be including them as a variety?
I'm definitely happy to include home made biscuits in the challenge and I'm hoping some people better at baking than me will be inspired by my challenge to make me some
Classification might be difficult, but I'll cross that delicious bridge when I come to it.
A worthy challenge, and one that I would take up and rise to myself if it were not for the fun police that I now have to report to on a daily basis... love you wife Wink however your choice to swig down the evil roasted bean drink over the natural and dare I say it, traditional gentleman a choice... a proper brew of tea, is my only concern
Have a look at nicecupofteaandasitdown.com if you need some inspiration
By the way, if you come across ToffeePops along your travels, let me know!
They are/were from the same stable as Jammie Dodgers, featured a biscuit base, soft toffee filling and chocolate topping.
They have been conspicuously absent from shops for many years now Sad
I salute you in your endeavour, and raise my mug with Ginger Crunch Cream floaty bits in it to you
I've looked at that website before and it's fantastic (I've pointed other people in its direction too!) but it's been quite a long time since I last looked, so I'll definitely consult it when I'm lacking inspiration.
Are ToffeePops no longer available? I'm feeling all out of touch with the biscuit world now - I'll try to find them somewhere as a sub-challenge.
As far as tea and coffee goes, I love them both equally and could not live without either (well, I have given up caffeine in the past, so I can
, I just have no wish to).
Retro Cat wrote:
Great idea - I do hope that you'll be partaking in less glamourous biscuits though such as http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/ ... =254922614
It might not have fancy graphics and packaging but is a solid and dependable (suitable for children under 2) biscuit.
Thanks, I fully intend to extent to the widest reaches possible for different varieties, even ones that might appear top lack appeal, such as those.
On the plus side, I like how they have two images, to include one with the biscuits out the packet.