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>> No. 9714 Anonymous
5th August 2013
Monday 9:22 am
9714 Biscuits
"BOYD Tunnock, 80, aims to perfect the new offering which combines a wafer, chocolate butter icing and a layer of mallow." http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/inventor-world-famous-tunnocks-tea-cake-1956003

Also, what are you ch4ps dunking these days?
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>> No. 9715 Anonymous
5th August 2013
Monday 9:35 am
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You can't dunk teacakes!

Retraction: If anyone has perfected a method of dunking teacakes please send me your entry on a postcard.
>> No. 9716 Anonymous
5th August 2013
Monday 9:52 am
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>>9715
...the ‘dip then dunk’ approach:

1 Remove Wrapper
2 Twist and seperate the top rounded layer away from the biscuit.
3 Gorge on the sugar cream filling
4 Eat the chocolate shell
5 Dunk the remaining chocolate base in whatever elevenses hot drink you have available.

http://bloominheck.tumblr.com/post/1205622211/how-to-eat-a-tunnocks-tea-cake
>> No. 9717 Anonymous
5th August 2013
Monday 5:42 pm
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There's a ton of taste in a Tunnock's. Lovely biscuits.
>> No. 9718 Anonymous
5th August 2013
Monday 6:52 pm
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I've always preferred a caramel wafer to a teacake.
>> No. 9719 Anonymous
5th August 2013
Monday 10:54 pm
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The first dish I ever got on a menu was a tribute to Tunnock's. It was teacake shaped, with a creamy marshmallow centre, but the base was a caramel mille-feuille, so essentially it was a teacake/caramel wafer hybrid. Oh and I eventually figured out a way to inject salted caramel into the top.

I had the idea for the dessert when I was drunk as fuck and decided to squash a teacake on top of a caramel wafer and eat it all.
>> No. 9720 Anonymous
6th August 2013
Tuesday 8:30 am
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>>9719
That sounds lovely. I want one.
>> No. 9721 Anonymous
7th August 2013
Wednesday 5:38 pm
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>>9714

That man's children are ruthless.

They went round and strong armed my ex girlfriends grandmother into selling her husbands recipes to them when he died. He literally invented the Snowball. They gave her a pittance for them without remorse.

Taints it a little whenever I enjoy a tunnocks biscuit.
>> No. 9722 Anonymous
7th August 2013
Wednesday 6:12 pm
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>>9721
He died in 1952?

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