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I am in your debt. Your site has given me the abilty to choose the perfect biscuit for any occasion. For example, if i were to have a children's party BNs and Pink Wafers would be involved (and maybe those round ones with the hole and the icing on top, I forget the name). However I am stumped when it comes to the Hovis biscuit. To me it seems that the nation is divided right down the middle with these. You have to love or hate them. They come in one of those selection boxes for eating with cheese after a nice sunday meal, however if you do put cheese on them they taste utterly repulsive. They are always either the first or the last of the selection to go suggestion that there IS no grey area with them. However I have yet to judge wheter i like them or not because i do not know what they are supposed to taste of. Is it bread? Why make a bread biscuit?
I am baffled. Perhaps you could shed some light on the infamous "HOVIS Biscuit" ?
|Nicey replies: Actually for a children's party I would advocate Cadburys Chocolate Fingers and Custard Creams.
Hovis biscuits are simply digestives, but I do agree with you that they are not good with cheese although some people do like them that way. I fail to see why they single out the digestive to join the crackers on cheese duty. If its a sweet biscuit that is needed rather than a savory cracker then why not pop in a few Lincolns or maybe an Abbey Crunch!