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Old 07-09-2005, 09:06 PM   #61
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BELI.....they aren't exactly scones...they are a bit more fluffy (and, because it is the ole' US of A, greasy).

Biscuits are for all times of the day...and are an important cultural piece in the Southern States.

and check Calluna's sig.
Oh, sugar AND grease. That's a different story then

USA food is mocked publicly at parties here. Truely it is. I know you don't believe me but we make fun of people from the USA adding sugar to every meal. Just thought I would share that in case people are under the delusion that USA food is internationally recognised cuisine or sumfin.

Why am I in the KFC thread?

Why is Palace eating that shit?

PS Is that what Callunas signature is about? A biscuit here is what USA people might call a cookie.
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american cuisine recognized?

I hope you weren't thinking I was trying to defend the so called American Cuisine.

I am trying to think if there are any establishments I have ever heard of that feature "aussie cuisine" -
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I am trying to think if there are any establishments I have ever heard of that feature "aussie cuisine" -
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Oh, no, I knew you werent defending it, Zoney, lol.

There are places that have Australian "cuisine"? Is it BBQ shark? Or BBQ kangaroo? Or BBQ emu? How about raw witchetty grubs?

PS USA oranges are very nice (raw, without sugar or grease, I just had a thought )
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BELI.....they aren't exactly scones...they are a bit more fluffy (and, because it is the ole' US of A, greasy).
No, you don't understand! What we call biscuits is what they call scones! I went to a high tea once and they said there would be tea and scones but they weren't scones they were biscuits! Notiti made biscuits with ham for her friends one night and they all said they were scones not biscuits.

This is made all the more confusing by the fact that what they call biscuits, we call cookies.
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There are places that have Australian "cuisine"? Is it BBQ shark? Or BBQ kangaroo? Or BBQ emu? How about raw witchetty grubs?

PS USA oranges are very nice (raw, without sugar or grease, I just had a thought )
well, there's a chain here that likes to say it's australian, but their food tastes the same as everyone else's. they're called outback steakhouse.

when you say usa oranges do you mean california or florida oranges? there's a big difference, and your answer will depend on whether or not i can speak to you ever again or not.
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well, there's a chain here that likes to say it's australian, but their food tastes the same as everyone else's. they're called outback steakhouse.
Outback Steakhouse is NOT Australian! It's just a stupid gimmick. It's like saying Disneyworld is authentic European.

Beli, the only "Aussie food" places I've seen here sell meat pies and sausage rolls.
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No, you don't understand! What we call biscuits is what they call scones! I went to a high tea once and they said there would be tea and scones but they weren't scones they were biscuits! Notiti made biscuits with ham for her friends one night and they all said they were scones not biscuits.

This is made all the more confusing by the fact that what they call biscuits, we call cookies.
USA biscuit = Australian scone
USA cookie = Australian biscuit
USA scone = Australian ?

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Outback Steakhouse is NOT Australian! It's just a stupid gimmick. It's like saying Disneyworld is authentic European.
did i say they were? no, i said they claim to be but their food is the same as everyone else's. jesus.
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USA biscuit = Australian scone
USA cookie = Australian biscuit
USA scone = Australian ?

here's a pic of what we call a scone:

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when you say usa oranges do you mean california or florida oranges? there's a big difference, and your answer will depend on whether or not i can speak to you ever again or not.
umm, both?
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here's a pic of what we call a scone:

What are those coloured bits? Sultanas?
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USA biscuit = Australian scone
USA cookie = Australian biscuit
USA scone = Australian ?

I can't really answer that one because I don't think there is an Australian equivalent to our idea of scones. They are kind of like a firmer biscuit that sometimes has raisins (sultanas) or currants in them and they are usually triangular in shape instead of round.
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did i say they were? no, i said they claim to be but their food is the same as everyone else's. jesus.
Did I say you said you said they were?? No. I was merely explaining myself. Taking things too seriously once again??
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