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Biscuit Food Quotes

"Even the biscuit was so full of worms that, God help me, I saw many wait until nightfall to eat the porridge made of it so as not to see the worms."
Crew member, on Columbus 4th voyage, 15th century

 

“If your slave commits a fault, do not smash his teeth with your fists; give him some of the (hard) biscuit which famous Rhodes has sent you.”
Marcus Valerius Martialis
Roman poet,1st century B.C.

 

“...instead of offering me a Garibaldi biscuit, she asked me with that faint lisp of hers, to 'have some squashed flies, George'.”
H.G. Wells in 'Tono-Bungay'  (1909)

 

“...cheese is the biscuit of drunkards.”
Grimod de la Reynière (1758-1838)

 

Beaten biscuits  “This is the most laborious of cakes, and also the most unwholesome, even when made in the best manner.  We do not recommend it; but there is no accounting for tastes.  Children would not eat these biscuits - nor grown persons either, if they can get any other sort of bread.  When living in a town where there are bakers, there is no excuse for making Maryland biscuit.  Believe nobody that says they are not unwholesome.....Better to live on Indian cakes.”
Eliza Leslie, ‘New Cookery Book’ (1857)

 

“In the Virginia of the olden time no breakfast or tea-table was thought to be properly furnished without a plate of these indispensable biscuits.....Let one spend the night at some gentleman-farmer's home, and the first sound heard in the morning, after the crowing of the cock, was the heavy, regular fall of the cook's axe, as she beat and beat her biscuit dough.....Nowadays beaten biscuits are a rarity, found here and there, but soda and modern institutions have caused them to be sadly out of vogue.”
‘Virginia Cookery Book’ (1885)

 

 

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