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|Tea n Biscuits|
not very new media is it?
Considering the last about Fish n Chips got good results, I thought lets try another one.
Anyway the point I am making is you can NOT beat a good cup of Tea with biscuits.
Far too many tech companies have dropped this tradition and pump their staff with High-Energy drinks etc etc.
Tea & Biscuits, Good for you.
(now which biscuits are the best)
|Mint Viscounts (does that count?) |
Absolutely not, thats a chocolate, or sweet, or even "candy" :o
How on earth can you NOT like Hob Nobs? Suppose you like Marmite as well! :)
Dispise Marmite, if i wanted to eat something that i consider to be dry excremint, then i would probably try the real thing, rather than its wanna-be.
Me > Yorkshire Tea, bloody gorgeous and Jaffa Cakes (not traditional at all, but got loads of vits and mins in them, and they taste awesome).
Reminds me of the old Dr. Pepper commercials: 10-2-4 (the 3 times during the day when people's blood suger normally hit low points: 10am, 2pm and 4pm).
re:Cornish Clotted Cream
|16 years here in Spain and I still haven't found a place to get it. |
You could try to make your own [greenchronicle.com]:)
plain choccy digestives when I'm feeling exuberant, but mostly good old cow biscuits (malted milk or something) are fave at the mo
and as for marmite, yukkk
and rcjordan: I agree EP90 diff oil doesnt spread too well, try 80 instead
Good call on the malted milk :)
It's got to be Earl Grey :)
Don't normally have biscuits with tea - but chocolate digestives with coffee.
Hello everyone, btw.
hello yokelrobin and welcome to our nest. :)
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