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What is the difference between biscuits and cookies?


 

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Andrew Spacey (chef-de-jour) says

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    Don Fairchild 4 years ago

    Chef-de-jour, you got it right. My first experience as an American with the English biscuit was confusing because in America, the biscuit is a dry kind of unflavored bread served with a soup or stew.


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