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potato salad or coleslaw with your biscuits?

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pointy_hat_herman_ [1/10/2018 8:30:08 AM EST]
I tried Timtams or whatever they are recently
Richie Isaacs [10/12/2008 5:14:30 PM EST]
Oh man,Cadburys chocolate made me the man I am today(pregnant looking)
unklespaz [10/12/2008 11:33:22 AM EST]
that's cool! My parents liked the McVitie's Digestives so much that they take them on trips when they won't have food for a while. Layovers in Europe, etc. Normally I can find what I need at Cost Plus or Pier 1 but I'll check it out. Carr's are the bomb. i could eat my entire body weight in those.
Babar Klunj [10/12/2008 11:08:33 AM EST]
Looking for some British goodies?
These are friends of mine and they get some cool stuff. If they don't have what you might be looking for, let them know and they will try to find it.
Mr. Bratty [10/12/2008 10:50:43 AM EST]
Carr's Whole Wheat Crackers are the closest thing to digestive biscuits we have here in the states, other than going to some gourmet shop and buying actual digestive biscuits. yummy! and very good for your regularity.
unklespaz [10/12/2008 10:15:44 AM EST]
for a Christmas novelty I bought a bunch of digestive biscuits for the family last year. Pretty good, got a bunch of Brit and imported items. I think sweets are done right over in Europe.
unklespaz [10/12/2008 10:12:30 AM EST]
don't foreign people have KFC? Not that they should eat it, but damn, that's pretty much the standard question in the us right?

I just realized I've been a veggie for 14 years now!
unklespaz [10/12/2008 10:06:03 AM EST]
chipotle beans should be the 3rd option: and sorry - chocolate chip bangers or mashies should be allowed, did nt realize I was leaving out the Brit populace.

Would you eat them with curry or something? Mangos?
Mr. Bratty [10/12/2008 9:05:50 AM EST]
and as such:

i once had a british buddy who explained to me the whole biscuits/cookies/cakes thing. along with chips/crisps, bangers and mash and all that cockney rhyming slang stuff. such as china=plates=mates=friends. therefore, china=friends.
Richie Isaacs [10/12/2008 2:05:03 AM EST]
OK,seeing as tho I took some advice I read somewhere else and read thru the forums before posting(sometimes bumping),y'know,to meat the fambly before committing(or taking flight)to this here forum(I like it now)and I found this one.
OK,here biscuits are the same as cookies coz a friend of mine in TN sent me some...I just would like to know what IS a biscuit over there...coz I can't see me putting coleslaw or 'tato salad on chocolate chip biscuits....
And when I come over to visit,and I will,can I eat your share as well?
(I'm trying to quit brackets,honset,I can quite aaaanytime I want)
King Tide [9/13/2008 12:57:07 AM EST]
I usually have a cup of tea with mine.
Mr. Bratty [9/12/2008 8:26:13 PM EST]
mustards good on 'em to me.
musikron [9/12/2008 7:56:42 PM EST]
Fried Potato Salad if I gotta have one of those, but some pepper gravy is the number one choice. Honey #2
unklespaz [9/12/2008 6:38:32 PM EST]