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Joined Date: May 16, 2005
Birthday: Apr 05
Reviewed Welsh Cookies
"These aren't so much cookies as what you left-ponders would call biscuits. They're more like what we in the UK would call a scone, except smaller. In Wales, you buy them in bags fresh from the bakers oven.
They're not as sweet as normal cookies, and are as someone else said best eaten warm slathered with butter with a cup of tea.
An excellent savoury alternative is to omit the sugar and add grated cheddar cheese and a bit of mustard powder.
I'm a northern hilltrog. I live in a marshy bog in the grim northern wastes of the UK.
I have no idea what I do at work, as little as possible hopefully
Fun? We don't have fun up here ni the Grim Northern Wastes. We just go from one day to the next hoping we dno't starve or get eaten by wolves
Favorite Foodsmud and stones usually, and the odd amphibian for protein.