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Anyone bought the lovely new Fox's new Whipped Creams biscuits? Of course, I wouldn't have if they hadn't been half price, but when I got them home I found...

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jura Sat 23-Aug-08 19:31:29

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JulesJules Sat 23-Aug-08 19:34:25

They sound delicious and wrong on several levels...smile

MingMingtheWonderPet Sat 23-Aug-08 19:35:27

Have another one, and you'll soon forgive them!

edam Sat 23-Aug-08 19:35:51

"lustfully lemon curd" doesn't make any sense at all. Do you think they meant luscious?

(And I doubt very much the biscuits have been caressed with anything - I've seen biscuit factories on Big Cook Little Cook!) grin

jura Sat 23-Aug-08 19:57:44

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edam Sat 23-Aug-08 20:00:52

I wouldn't!

Still doesn't make much sense with commas, IMO.

edam Sat 23-Aug-08 20:01:30

And there is NOTHING lustful or lustworthy or any other word involving lust about lemon curd.

jura Sat 23-Aug-08 20:02:13

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BecauseImWorthIt Sat 23-Aug-08 20:03:14

Oh, I have done research for Fox's biscuits!

Let me assure you, there is nothing lustful about where they are based.

jura Sat 23-Aug-08 20:03:35

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EffiePerine Sat 23-Aug-08 20:04:35

how can one measly biscuit be 141 calories? shock

jura Sat 23-Aug-08 20:05:41

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BecauseImWorthIt Sat 23-Aug-08 20:06:13

MMm - let me see:

flour
sugar
butter
sugar
cream
lemon curd
butter
sugar
more sugar

that's how!

jura Sat 23-Aug-08 20:10:13

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BecauseImWorthIt Sat 23-Aug-08 20:12:25

Yes they are in Yorkshire. But you can forget any fantasy that you might have had about windswept moors and beautiful scenery. We're talking dark satanic mills as well as biscuit factories.

LittleMyDancingForJoy Sat 23-Aug-08 20:30:33

d'you think they're thinking of 'lustfully lemon' as a flavour, iyswim? Like lusciously chocolate?

nope, still doesn't make sense.

edam Sat 23-Aug-08 22:45:00

They were so determined to provide the best possible quality they travelled back in time to Victorian Yorkshire? Blimey. Presumably they expect their workers to wear clogs and pay them a farthing a day?

And don't get me started on 'infatuated with quality'! "Oh, quality, you are sooo gorgeous, I don't know how I keep my hands off you".

BecauseImWorthIt Sun 24-Aug-08 08:44:17

There are parts of Yorkshire where Victorian seems positively modern.

<disclaimer - as I am from Yorkshire I am allowed to make this sweeping and damning generalisation>

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