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ANZAC Day.


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Funny, I just blogged about this.

What My Anzac Biscuits Mean to Me | Inksmithy.co.uk

I'm an Australian myself and fairly reverential about the Anzacs, but its pretty important to remember that an awful lot of soldiers from the UK and the rest of the commonwealth died at Gallipoli. Australia and New Zealand may have laid claim to the day, but the reverence belongs to everyone.

Alan

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That's one thing that I miss over here, there has been next to no coverage at all. If you are not paying attention ANZAC day can pass you right by. I have always said when my boy is a bit older we would go to one of the dawn services in Flanders.

I'll be sure to crack open one later on and toast the boys.

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Haha, they are lovely bickies - add golden syrup rather than sugar to up the flavour. Just remember, the more golden syrup you use, the crunchier the biscuits end up, so if you like the soft in the middle ones, about two tablespoons is right.

Alan

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Cheers Roger - they were lovely apparantly, kids finished them off before they got a chance to cool.

Not sure how I've gone against my cousins though, still only 9amish in Canada and I think Australia is still asleep. Intercontinental biscuit competitions are tough to time.

Alan

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