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Old 10-27-2006, 09:55 PM   #11
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thank you so much for letting me know how you liked the recipe. And thank you for the picture I never think to take a picture of things and this was such a nice surprise..The 10 count bisquits worked well then? I think I'll try it myself instead of wasting extras'..Thanks again for being so thoughtful..
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Old 11-01-2006, 05:43 PM   #12
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That food looks heavenly, thanks for sharing.
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Old 11-01-2006, 06:54 PM   #13
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Wow

The picture sure makes a difference! thanks for sharing both recipe and the photo. I just can't wait to make it now. So kind to think of us.
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Old 11-01-2006, 07:09 PM   #14
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That food looks heavenly, thanks for sharing.
You're welcome laura

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just a curious question from someone in Australia. What are Biscuits in American lingo, Biscuits in Aussie lingo is equivilent to your "Cookies", we call them biscuits or Bikkies, so "What are Biscuits in American Lingo", I have noticed them in many recipies on here so far, Im just curious, thanks for any help that you can give me. I love hearing and understanding all and everyones different understandings on all foods, and the different words people have for different foods, its great that everyone is so different. I love learning different words for things, thanks for any help.
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just a curious question from someone in Australia. What are Biscuits in American lingo, Biscuits in Aussie lingo is equivilent to your "Cookies", we call them biscuits or Bikkies, so "What are Biscuits in American Lingo", I have noticed them in many recipies on here so far, Im just curious, thanks for any help that you can give me. I love hearing and understanding all and everyones different understandings on all foods, and the different words people have for different foods, its great that everyone is so different. I love learning different words for things, thanks for any help.
Biscuits here are not sweet and the ones I used are made by Philsbury and come 5 or ten to a can. Not a metal tin, but a cardboard roll willed with the dough. You just unwrap it and pull the perforated dough apart and go from there. If you cannot get these a home made flour,salt,water, a fat such as crisco, butter, margarine, or milk biscuits cut with a cutter will work...Hope I've helped a little, we sometimes forget that things we take for granted are like a foreign language to others.
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