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He is dunking his biscuits in Switzerland as far as I can tell....
No, location says Evian France.
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Old 17.10.2016, 15:14
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Biscuits should only be dunked in gravy.



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Old 17.10.2016, 15:16
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I used to dunk chips (French fries) in vodka & orange
You're like my little one! He dunks his chips in orange juice/ milk/ water! Quite truly weird
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Old 17.10.2016, 15:34
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Biscuits should only be dunked in gravy.



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That's neither biscuits nor gravy where I come from.
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Old 17.10.2016, 15:46
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That's neither biscuits nor gravy where I come from.
You clearly come from the wrong place.

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/216391/...-and-biscuits/

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Re: dunking biscuits

Joe Dimaggio does!
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Re: dunking biscuits

This is what cost the Brits their empire ...
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Old 17.10.2016, 16:52
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You clearly come from the wrong place.


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I beg to differ. Our gravy doesn't look like something the cat puked up.
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Old 17.10.2016, 17:45
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Re: dunking biscuits

Argh! That pic looks like chunky mushroom soup on a fishcake. Gravy is brown, people, brown! And not lumpy.

Ginger biscuits are definitely best dunked. Mind you slurping tea through a kit kat finger is quite enjoyable.
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Old 17.10.2016, 17:53
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I beg to differ. Our gravy doesn't look like something the cat puked up.
That cat puke ain't that bad, actually. The yank biscuits neither, but if I am dunking anything aside of bread in soup, it will be cookies. Or tiny marshmellows in mint hot chocolate. I actually got salty caramel hot chocolate not long ago, you can dip whatever in it and it will be amazing.
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Old 17.10.2016, 18:07
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Re: dunking biscuits

I have never voluntarily dunked anything in either tea, or coffee. Hot chocolate deserves marshmallows, and a soup without bread isn't really a proper soup.

But either way, it's hardly grounds for divorce, or even marriage counselling.
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Old 17.10.2016, 18:26
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Gravy is brown, people, brown! And not lumpy..
Not if it's sausage gravy.

And actually, I've never had it, as it's a suthrun thing, and I'm a yankee.

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Old 17.10.2016, 18:28
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Not if it's sausage gravy.

And actually, I've never had it, as it's a suthrun thing, and I'm a yankee.

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Yes but then the lumps are onion etc, the actual gravy is not inherently lumpy.
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Old 17.10.2016, 18:33
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Yes but then the lumps are onion etc, the actual gravy is not inherently lumpy.
As is the case in the photo I posted.

Anyway:



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Old 17.10.2016, 18:38
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As is the case in the photo I posted.

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But it's white. Why is it white?
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What do you want me to do, cut one out of cardboard and bring it to the next Bern dinner meetup?
I think you should defo bake it. And not have it taste like cardboard.
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But it's white. Why is it white?
Why is alfredo white? Why are marshmellow and whipped cream white?

I get you, though. Brown whipped cream would look suspicious to me as well:

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But it's white. Why is it white?
Because it's made with milk.

1 (9.6 ounce) package Pork Sausage Crumbles
1/4 cup flour
2 1/2 cups milk
Salt and ground black pepper to taste

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Because it's made with milk.

1 (9.6 ounce) package Pork Sausage Crumbles
1/4 cup flour
2 1/2 cups milk
Salt and ground black pepper to taste

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OK. And, this may be my lactose intolerance speaking, but... ack.

Thanks for the recipe though. Pork sausage crumbles? Did they start out as real sausages? It's a gastronomic New Frontier...
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But it's white. Why is it white?
It's some kind of weird North American thing they call gravy which is actually some dubious looking sausage stuff in a white sauce. Nothing like the actual rich brown onion gravy that we Brits would eat with sausages.
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