I am continually surprised that we haven't managed to export the American-style biscuit. B/c it's awesome.
It's similar but not the same. For example, I would not put clotted cream on an American biscuit and I would not put egg and cheese on a scone. Biscuits are more buttery and salty than scones.I am pretty sure you American "biscuit" is the equivalent to our scone. Your cookies are what we call biscuits.
I guess there are any number of scone recipes.It's similar but not the same. For example, I would not put clotted cream on an American biscuit and I would not put egg and cheese on a scone. Biscuits are more buttery and salty than scones.
I am pretty particular about additives but I put this one in the too hard basket. Data sheets don't show anything, so I just go with my local supplier - Bunnings. If I get to a stage of going through 25 kg quickly I can buy from my local chemical supplier and will go through the process of asking the necessary questions because I would like to use food grade if possible.Thank you All for your reply! I am in beautiful Brisbane.
In US i used to buy the olive pickling lye, which is food grade. Bit concerned about the cleaning grade at bunnings. Someone said the food grade is more refined and less impurities like lead, cadmium etc.. not sure whether its true.
Depends on where in the US you visit. In Alabama, Georgia and other parts of the south, I doubt they would blink and eye before serving you some.When I come to the US people are going to think me weird when I run around saying I want to taste your biscuits and your grits.
The Southwest US is gorgeous. Which parks? If you are the 4 corners area (where Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado meet) you really MUST MUST see Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado. It's a World Heritage Site.I'm visiting the national parks so Montana, Arizona, Utah. I'll keep a look out!