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I must sample these one day, at teatime with tea (of coarse), to get a feel of what it's like to be a part of the Empire:0)
Oh no! My Dad used to buy those Tunnocks caramel biscuit bars, and they're horrid...sorry!
Oh I don't know, AR! The old fashioned wrappers, the gloopy filling, the slightly stale flakey biscuity bit, Tunnocks wafers are fantastic! Or maybe you have had to live in Scotland to appreciate them....Scottish cuisine is an acquired taste.Deep fried black pudding in batter anyone?
I love Tunnock's tea cakes, having been introduced to them by two lassies from Uddingston, home of the aforementioned, when I was at art-school in Edimbra! I even keep a couple of the wrappers on my kitchen noticeboard as a wee reminder. Once you've tasted Tunnocks', you'll never look at the M&S version! Great washed down with Irn Bru (made from Real Girders)!
Hello Maggie,I lived down the road from the Art School in Edimbra when I was a student in that city 20 yrs ago.I couldn't get used to Irn Bru though, you must be very brave!
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