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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    OK, so what exactly is a 'biscuit' American styleee.
    We have dog biscuits and regular biscuits.

    A biscuit is baked, leavened, bread, served in individual portions. They are often made with baking powder and/or buttermilk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    OK, so what exactly is a 'biscuit' American styleee.
    We have dog biscuits and regular biscuits.

    A biscuit is baked, leavened, bread, served in individual portions. They are often made with baking powder and/or buttermilk.


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    #23

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    Hmmmm....will mail an American cookie receipy ,

    I "know" dog biscuits... :D

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    Hmmmm....will mail an American cookie receipy ,

    I "know" dog biscuits... :D

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    Interesting; I didn't know there were any American recipes that didn't include sugar.

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    Interesting; I didn't know there were any American recipes that didn't include sugar.


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    oooooooooops, I think I wanted to state if anyone could mail me an American cookie receipy, could be also a British one THX.


    Ulli :wink:


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    oooooooooops, I think I wanted to state if anyone could mail me an American cookie receipy, could be also a British one THX.


    Ulli :wink:

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    Re: In reply to tdol

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulli
    oooooooooops, I think I wanted to state if anyone could mail me an American cookie receipy, could be also a British one THX.


    Ulli :wink:
    The British don't know how to make cookies. They can make biscuits which are not like the biscuits that we Americans make. :wink: I can send you a recipe. What kind do you prefer? - chocolate chip, coconut, gingersnaps...?
    :D

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    Re: In reply to tdol

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulli
    oooooooooops, I think I wanted to state if anyone could mail me an American cookie receipy, could be also a British one THX.


    Ulli :wink:
    The British don't know how to make cookies. They can make biscuits which are not like the biscuits that we Americans make. :wink: I can send you a recipe. What kind do you prefer? - chocolate chip, coconut, gingersnaps...?
    :D

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