Do people all over the World dip their biscuits/cookies in their cup of tea, or is that just us here in England?
I do! love it..I dip it in my coffee..or hot choco too!
Hi Sophs, in my coffee yes I dipped it, YUM
Not just in England . . . remember, Proust wrote "Remembrance of Things Past" because of the taste of dipping a madeleine in tea. (I tried it--it has a VERY distinctive taste).
World is round. Everywhere , even villages some old people having the habit of dipping the biscuits/cookies in tea or coffee.May be some reasons are there behind that.
No.... Kiwis wet their bickies too... that's why they always expect a teaspoon.... so they can salvage the crumbs in the bottom of the cup
mmmm digestives in coffee - timing is all though! Soggy biscuit at the bottom of the mug or cup isn't good!
I am not a dipper....no disrespect to the dippy, I love cookies/biscuits. It's just a texture thing with me. I like the crunchy in my mouth then the warm coffee enters and gets it all mushy...enhances the flavors to me. But I'm weird..or so I've been told.
if so stormryder then so am I...lol...though I knew that about me already!!!
I like dipping chocolate hob nobs in my tea....but no other nobs will be dipped in my tea lol!
I like dipping chocolate digestives in coffee coz then a little bit of the chocolate melts off into the coffee n thats really good!!
I do dip sometimes, but i don't like all the crumbs I get at the bottom of the cup. bleugh!!
I dip biscotti in my coffee and cookies in my milk! Does that count?
Dang it sophs! now with this forum an dthe other food forums you got started...I'm starving! I blame you lmao
no i never dip...i hate when crumbs get in my milk or coffee. weird, i know.
We, Filipinos dip our bread in our coffee. The joke runs- we are the cleanest specie on earth. But it doesn't end there, we drink the coffee afterwards. That makes us the dirtiest. Pinoy joke!
Sorry, I can't help it but this soundx kinda erotic!
You don't even want to know what I dip in your coffee when you're not looking.
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