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  • The Jacob's chocolate Kimberley biscuit takes the deliciousness of the regular Kimberley to a whole new level by the simple process of enrobing it in chocolate.

    Both types of Kimberely biscuit are members of the exclusive club of schpring-schprong biscuits, so-called because of the schpringiness of their delectable marshmallow filling. (Mikado and coconut creams are also in this category).

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    Mere words can not do justice to the delicious combination of the slightly gingery soft biscuity parts of this sandwich, the delicate fluffiness of the marshmallow filling, combined with the decadent indulgence of the rich milk chocolatey covering.

    It's enough to make me drool all over the keyboard.

    January 4, 2008

  • Wow! Looks like an overstuffed Wagon Wheel with ginger, schpring (and muppet) inside. Worthy!

    January 4, 2008

  • Is the Muppet edible?

    You know, these remind me of what we call whoopie pies, only they don't usually include ginger.

    January 4, 2008

  • Oh dear. I'm sorry, but marshmallow is a tool of the devil and an abomination in the eyes of the Lord. *is sad about this*

    January 5, 2008

  • c_b: I think you are mixing up marshmallow (delicious, delicious, marshmallow) with the yuckiness that is coconut.

    January 5, 2008

  • Ahh, sionnach. Sionnach, sionnach, sionnach. Coconut is the food of the gods! Actually... this means we'd get along quite well in joint culinary adventures, doesn't it?

    January 5, 2008

  • Coconut is most decidedly not food of the gods. Nor is marshmallow. Blecch. And may I point out that whoopie pies do not have a scintilla of marshmallow anywhere near them, or they're just not whoopie pies, by cracky.

    January 7, 2008