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    And here is your friday treat...

    ... go on buy one:




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    And the downside is you have to buy it from Asda or Morrisons.

    *dons balaclava*

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    If that was a proper big-size replica jaffa cake it'd be amazing, but looking at the cross section it's just a bit of a jaffa-like cake. Very disappointing.

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    If you've never seen pimp my snack you'll be amazed at the lengths these people go to:

    http://www.pimpthatsnack.com/project/471/


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    I need a giant Jaffa right NOW!

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    Now that, is a jaffa cake

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    But is it, in fact, a biscuit?

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    I count the phrase 'jaffa cake' as one word, a word that transcends the cake/biscuit genre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BHB 10.6.6 View Post
    But is it, in fact, a biscuit?
    Nope, it's a cake.

    In baking terms, a biscuit (once cooked) is crisp/firm then softens as it goes off - a cake is t'other way round.

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    But can you stuff a biscuit in your cake hole?

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    Jaffa Cakes are wrong - chocolate and orange is one of the worst combinations ever...

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    BURN HIM!

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    I'll bet you just love a Terry's Chocolate Orange as well, dontcha...

    Bleurgh...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Frii View Post
    I'll bet you just love a Terry's Chocolate Orange as well, dontcha...
    Nope, bit too sugary. This is nice though

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    Fuckin' Geranium...?!!!!

    *speechless*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Frii View Post
    Fuckin' Geranium...?!!!!

    *speechless*
    Ditto, what a poof.

    What you want is unblended dark chocolate 70 - 85% cocoa

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    It adds a nice floral note*


    *In a manly way

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    How about chocolate with chilli for the afterburn effect...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan View Post

    What you want is unblended dark chocolate 70 - 85% cocoa
    I know what chocolate I want stan, and no it's not anything near 85% which is way too bitter.

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