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Old 12.09.2012, 20:47
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Spreadable Biscuits

I'm not even sure how I even ended up on this site, but I feel I had to spread news of this breakthrough:

http://www.nicecupofteaandasitdown.com/

As someone who has pretty much given up wheat products in pursuit of a steady weight reduction, it's only of academic interest. But still, the wonders of modern science... (And the site even has a 'Biscuit of the Week' section!)
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Re: Spreadable Biscuits

I used to eat the spreadable speculoos by the jar-full whilst living in Paris. It is heaven. You can get it in the Netherlands too.

I really really really want some now. The TGV fare is worth it though
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Old 12.09.2012, 23:12
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Re: Spreadable Biscuits

This stuff is also very scrummy. I have seen it in the Coop here,

http://www.google.de/search?q=ovomal...w=1136&bih=591
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Old 12.09.2012, 23:20
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(And the site even has a 'Biscuit of the Week' section!)
I think we need one of those on EF.
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I used to eat the spreadable speculoos by the jar-full whilst living in Paris. It is heaven. You can get it in the Netherlands too.

I really really really want some now. The TGV fare is worth it though
A little closer than Paris, the Geant/Casino in St. Louis on the Border with Basel has it! I have to bring it back to the UK for friends. They even had speculoos ice-cream - it was fab!!!
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