Short and sweet

Today I organised a biscuit bake off at my house and it was lovely to see a full table.

Like the title says, it was short and sweet, just on hour where Liz M, Catherine R, Anne V, Dianne M and I came to gether to share our home made biscuits.

Hat off to Liz and Anne who had never baked before and made some amazingly profesional looking biscuits. They tasted heavenly too.
Dianne made the little sheep and meerkat ones, so cute. Anne's little daughter was a bit under the weather, but when she saw the biscuit perked up and was happy for the rest of the hour.

Catherine had a melt in the mouth biscuit, made with a recipe she had since her children were in infant school. Made from a recipe book put to gether to raise funds for the school. Delicious, as the name says, they melted in your mouth.

Mine were a bit boring (probably because I always make the same ones) the were waver thin, lemon and rosemary biscuits. The are so thin you don't feel guilty eating one or two (or even three)

It was a lovely hour getting to hear eachothers stories, we even got an improntu visit from Paul Graham the Teaman, who kindly took this picture as a lasting memory of us and our biscuits.


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