- n. Plural form of biscuit.
“The phrase 'biscuits for brains' as one Scottish journalist used to describe a player who recently returned to Hibs this summer sums it up quite nicely.”
“We also work with organizations like the U.N. World Food Program to bring our technology and know-how in biscuits and powdered beverages to combat hunger and malnutrition in markets like Bangladesh and Indonesia.”
“The problem with the biscuits is that the baking directions are terrible.”
“The best way to make biscuits is to rub in the butter by hand, using your fingertips.”
“At private sector meetings the ratio of chocolate coated biscuits is much higher, often they are real Cadbury and occasionally (oh happy day) Marks and Spencer chocolate. on April 25, 2009 at 10: 44 am thethinblueline”
“They have good lives, and if anything they are paid in biscuits and long walks.”
“In England they are called biscuits, in Spain they are galletas, in Italy amaretti or biscotti, and here in the United States they are the delicious, delectable, and revered cookie.”
“With no time to make my own biscuits, I just used Pillsbury buttermilk biscuits from a can and it was still fabulous.”
“There can be - and most likely is - lactose in biscuits, breads, and cake, (although definitely not in spaghetti and potatoes unless it's added in cooking) but that's probably totally besides the point.”
“We respond with wholegrain biscuits and no-sugar added fruit chews, and she freaks out.”
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