Do you "dunk" your biscuits in your tea or coffee?
No one sits on the fence with this question, you either do or you don't, which side do you fall into?
No way, Jose. The thought gives me the Willies. Although I know lots of people like to dunk.
I don't; but I remember, as a child, my mother dunking toast in her coffee. Occasionally, she would let me try it and it was really good. I'll have to ask her if she still does that.
Dunking is the way forward- but the more important question is what biscuit you dunk with!
You can't beat a choc hob nob dunked in your coffee although I love a custard cream too!
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