totally off topic, help with British food

Judith Ridge Judith.Ridge at det.nsw.edu.au
Mon May 3 19:40:24 EDT 2004


On 3/5/04 5:34 PM, "A J Liddle" <a.j.liddle at ntlworld.com> wrote:

> Flapjacks are a kind of biscuit/cake type food. Their primary ingredient is
> oats, which are mixed with butter and either honey or, more usually, Golden
> Syrup. They are then baked until golden and turning crunchy around the
> edges. They are sliced into rectangular pieces and served any time of day.
> 
>

They sound a bit like ANZAC biscuits! Oats, golden syrup... Yum!

Judith


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