Results 1 to 20 of 22
Thread: Jaffa Cakes
06-04-06, 04:31 AM #1
Are these chocolaty delights Biscuits or cakes. Does anyone have the answer to this.
The is Photot Evidence J-C 1:-
Last edited by clare911; 06-04-06 at 05:45 AM.
06-04-06, 04:47 AM #2
Jaffa Cakes: Biscuit or Cake?
The source of one of the most complex conundrums ever to challenge mankind:
Is it a cake or is it a biscuit?
These small circular sponges topped with chocolate and squidgy orange stuff have been the subject of much debate over the years. Even the British government has become embroiled in this web of snack-related intrigue. At present the Jaffa Cake is classified as a cake but the British government is attempting to get it reclassified as a biscuit. This would mean it would come under a higher tax bracket as biscuits aren't as perishable as cakes, or something technical like that.
"The statements and opinions contained in this communication do not necessarily reflect the official position of the Commission regarding these issues."
06-04-06, 10:17 AM #3
Squidgy??No one has greater love than this, to lay down ones life for ones friends - John 15:13
"The Wicked Flee When No Man Pursueth: But The Righteous Are Bold As A Lion".
We lucky few, we band of brothers. For he who today sheds his blood with me shall be my brother.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~The opinions, beliefs, and ideas expressed in this post are mine, and mine alone. They are NOT the opinions, beliefs, ideas, or policies of my Agency, Police Chief, City Council, or any member of my department.
06-04-06, 03:45 PM #41*girl GuestOriginally Posted by Operator13
06-04-06, 04:24 PM #5FishTail Guest
Tought one. I'd put them down as a biscuit because they look like one and are packaged like one. Lime flavour is my favourite.
06-05-06, 03:10 PM #6
I am sure they were a cake, I have to try the lime. I say it's cake!
06-05-06, 04:00 PM #7
And you say us Yanks have goofy shit."To the German commander: 'Nuts!' The American Commander" - General Tony McAuliffe, 101st Airborne Division
06-05-06, 04:12 PM #8FishTail Guest
Chitlins...need I say more?
06-05-06, 04:28 PM #9
06-05-06, 04:31 PM #10FishTail Guest
Nasty stuff that...
When I visit the deep south I'm going to stuff myself silly on fried chicken and pecan pie
Some great descriptions of southern cuisine in John Grisham's books.
06-05-06, 04:39 PM #11
ATM, I'm trying very hard to enjoy a Moon Pie. Sadly, I can't. They're kind of gross.
06-05-06, 04:42 PM #12FishTail Guest
You know, if someone from the south wished to send me a "comfort parcel"...
06-05-06, 04:43 PM #13
I'll send you a couple of moon pies. I don't think Fried Chicken would handle the trip that well.
06-05-06, 04:46 PM #14FishTail Guest
I think the only time I've seen a moon pie was in The Green Mile when it got spat all over the prison guard.
06-05-06, 07:09 PM #15Originally Posted by Ducky
I think you need to wash it down with RC Cola to get the full effect."To the German commander: 'Nuts!' The American Commander" - General Tony McAuliffe, 101st Airborne Division
06-05-06, 11:12 PM #16
After that, RC Cola won't touch it. Maybe rum in RC Cola, but not just cola. As is, Diet Pepsi had to do.
06-06-06, 07:45 PM #17Originally Posted by LongTail
You've said quite enough.
Of course, I personally find head cheese (a gelatinous processed meat) to be completely repulsive and I do not understand how people can enjoy it.
06-06-06, 07:51 PM #18Originally Posted by LongTailMANNNNN.... YOU MUST BE FAST, BECAUSE I WAS HAULIN ASS WHEN I PASSED YOU!
06-06-06, 10:34 PM #19
Oh, there's all kinds of gross crap that people eat locally. No offense to the locals.
Souse (aka, head cheese)
Hogs Trotters (pigs feet, pickled or otherwise)
Pork Rinds (I actually like those)
The list goes on, but those are some of the more obvious ones.
06-07-06, 10:04 AM #20Originally Posted by LongTail
Users Browsing this Thread
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)