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Quick Snack
« on: July 08, 2005, 09:37:58 AM »
Michael Gooding <[email protected]> wrote:

The Kit-Kat which arrived in 1935, is a light wafer  biscuit which is divided into fingers, and these are covered with chocolate.  Its advertising slogan is "Have a break, have a Kit-Kat." The Kit-Kat is
England's favourite snack bar.  Is that right ? Smiths potato crisps  were England's original potato crisp.  They began  as plain crisps, inside the packet there was a small  twist of blue paper which contained salt, this was  opened and sprinkled on to the crisps. Today there  are many different crisp flavours eg cheese and  onion,  smoky bacon, salt and vinegar as well as plain.  They are eaten with sandwiches in the works canteen.  Children sometimes put them in sandwiches, or they are eating with a soft drink. Or they are eaten in  pubs with salted peanuts. There are several types of  cheese buscuits. There are biscuits eaten with  cheese,  a common variety is the cream cracker. It's square,  thin, crisp, dry and crunchy, but has very little  flavour.  But there are small dainty cheese  flavoured  biscuits, or cheese and herb flavoured biscuits. But  there are also biscuits that have cheese flavoured  fillings.  There are also assortment boxes of  miniature cheese biscuits which are eaten at  Christmas  or parties.