Originally Posted by Gausie
I am told that the difference between a cake and a biscuit is what happens as it ages - a biscuit goes soft, a ckae goes hard.
Anyone have any old jaffa cakes?
is that always true though? Because those Rich Tea biscuits are always pretty tough (the ones that are yum when dunked), and as they get older, I bet they get tough, which technically makes them a cake.
that's why it imperative that the food industry introduces strict guidelines on biscuits or cakes that do not behave the way they should. Simple fact is, some biscuits are in need of severe punishing:
jaffas should be left in the sun
jammy dodgers should have their jam poked out
finger creams should be separated
rich teas should be dropped from a great height until they shatter
Wagon wheels corners should be squared off
sort out your biscuits' behavioural problems, and you instantly put right a vast majority of what's wrong with this country today.