Weekend Cooking – Expensive Biscuit!

Most of us throw away old stale biscuits. Well here is one that wasn’t!
This news article was found in the Junior Newshound section of the  local paper – The Herald Express which covers Torbay in Devon England 13th October 2011.
Quite remarkable!
Linking to Weekend Cooking hosted by BethFishReads
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9 Responses to Weekend Cooking – Expensive Biscuit!

  1. I bet that biscuit was hard as a rock!! No nibbling on that one…or someone could chip a tooth! 😉

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  2. Beth F says:

    Wow! that is pretty remarkable. I guess being in the cold most of the time is what preserved it.

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  3. Uniflame says:

    Okay that is a bit odd…. 😉 But I didn't know that biscuits can last this long without growing mold.

    my weekend cooking post:
    http://shelikesbento.blogspot.com/2011/10/weekend-cooking-just-tacos-by-shelley.html

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  4. Esme says:

    For that money I need to be able to eat it.

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  5. TheBookGirl says:

    I guess it's true what they say about one man's junk being another man's treasure

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  6. Alex says:

    I have some stale cookies, I wonder…

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  7. Margot says:

    After paying that much money, I wonder if they'll eat it.

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  8. caite says:

    it is amazing what some collectors want to own.

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  9. Kristin says:

    The article says it probably wouldn't taste very nice! I'm thinking it didn't taste that great in it's prime since he didn't eat it. amazing biscuit.

    kristin

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