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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by Sweats, Jun 13, 2012.
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They're not. As biscuits go they are a big box of yummy.
They're cakes mate, not biscuits.
Halloumi needed some more frying. Amateur hour
How do you get that?
They're a chocolate coated biscuit, just like a chocolate digestive.
Apart from being literally called cakes they also go stale if left out rather than soft.
In my world they will always be Jaffa biscuits.
Do you keep your Jaffa "cakes" in a biscuit tin by any chance?
who opens a pack of Jaffa Cakes and doesn’t finish the lot?
I don't really eat them. I'm not much into biscuits these days. Like savoury/spicy much more.
Thats why I buy the 2 packets for a quid
one for me, one for the cupboard
Be the same as the ones in Aldi then, same company makes em.
You need to read a second post I made, the halloumi does not need more frying the first one was spot on. I suppose if how it looks other than taste is your thing then you might be right.
Those Jaffa cakes are 59p for 24
Get in there Peej
Someone should tell them, REAL jaffa cakes don't sell in packs of 24 anymore.
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