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post #31 of 49
Well, I stopped and nearly cleared out what they had... I bought five packs (I know, bad me, but they were on sale) of the chocolate ones and one pack of the caramel ones, which I've never tried... so we'll see. I left two packs of chocolate ones behind. It's funny, people around here must have known about it... they had a raincheck pad up for the chocolate ones... very popular...

As for the Tim Tim Slam... I learned the hard way (well, mushy way) that you don't keep drinking the liquid through it for long... or you get a VERY mushy biscuit. One site i read about the Slam is that as soon as you get the drink in your mouth, pull the Tim Tim and eat it... it's still mushy, but not NEARLY as bad as if you kept drinking...

Amanda
post #32 of 49
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Yep, in Cost Plus, they're sold as "Arnott's Chocolate Biscuit" or something like that! Very odd.

Oh and you guys have to start calling them biscuits not cookies! Go the whole hog, and just call them what we call them - a biscuit. What you call a biscuit we don't really have...

A Tim Tam Slam with hot chocolate may just be chocolate overload (yes it does happen ), but with tea or coffee is perfect
Why, what do they classify as a biscuit over there??
post #33 of 49
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Why, what do they classify as a biscuit over there??
Biscuits over here are a fluffs of bread we generally eat for breakfast.
Im sure thats not the best description, though

I got some Tim Tams today, mmmmmm they are really good!
post #34 of 49
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Why, what do they classify as a biscuit over there??
Biscuits are like scones I think
post #35 of 49
Biscuits are very similar to scones but more fluffy.

I love this ad for tim tams:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkTFrwnL5eA
post #36 of 49
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Biscuits are very similar to scones but more fluffy.

I love this ad for tim tams:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkTFrwnL5eA
I need a genie like that.
post #37 of 49
TIm Tams are on sale here at the moment....
post #38 of 49
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I misread the package two cookies/biscuits are 190 calories!! That makes me feel a whole lot better.

I tried the carmel ones but I though the chocolate cremes are better!!
post #39 of 49
You people have started something! I did an Internet search last night, and found a German site that offers Tim Tams, so I've ordered six packages of the double chocolate ones.
post #40 of 49
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Biscuits are like scones I think
But they are a lot more heavy than scones. And what Americans call scones aren't quite like our scones...

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You people have started something! I did an Internet search last night, and found a German site that offers Tim Tams, so I've ordered six packages of the double chocolate ones.
Woohoo! You won't regret it
post #41 of 49
I had my fiance swing by Target yesterday to get some. Oh my goodness, they are soo good! I had like 6 in one sitting. We got both the caramel ones and the chocolate creme ones, and I like them both. And I've been curious of the Tim Tam Slam, so I made a cup of hot chocolate and tried it with the chocolate creme ones, and it was amazing. The cookie just melted in your mouth with all the hot chocolate
post #42 of 49
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TIm Tams are on sale here at the moment....
I presume you are stocking up for the holidays?
post #43 of 49
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I presume you are stocking up for the holidays?
Am I?
post #44 of 49
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Am I?
Oh, you are forgetting the holidays and stocking up for the day?
post #45 of 49
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You people have started something! I did an Internet search last night, and found a German site that offers Tim Tams, so I've ordered six packages of the double chocolate ones.
We get the Original, the Caramel and the Classic Dark. They're all good, but the Classic Dark have the others beat hands down. The thing I love about them is that the chocolate is not subservient to the sugar, which to my mind is the downfall of pretty much every other chocolate biscuit I've ever met (with one or two exceptions -- Bahlsen Africa comes to mind). You'll love them, Tricia.
post #46 of 49
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We get the Original, the Caramel and the Classic Dark. They're all good, but the Classic Dark have the others beat hands down. The thing I love about them is that the chocolate is not subservient to the sugar, which to my mind is the downfall of pretty much every other chocolate biscuit I've ever met (with one or two exceptions -- Bahlsen Africa comes to mind). You'll love them, Tricia.
Now I'm wondering when I'll get them. The double-coated ones were listed as available yesterday, but now they're out of stock until December 19th. All the other varieties were sold out.

I love the Bahlsen Africa, which is saying a lot, because I rarely eat cookies or sweets.
post #47 of 49
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Now I'm wondering when I'll get them. The double-coated ones were listed as available yesterday, but now they're out of stock until December 19th. All the other varieties were sold out.

I love the Bahlsen Africa, which is saying a lot, because I rarely eat cookies or sweets.
I love almost anything that Bahlsen makes! They are the best! I'm going to be stocking up on Bahlsen Lebkuchen from the commissary tomorrow! And Asbach bohnen.
post #48 of 49
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I love almost anything that Bahlsen makes! They are the best! I'm going to be stocking up on Bahlsen Lebkuchen from the commissary tomorrow! And Asbach bohnen.

I must research these. Does World Market sell them??
Or I can ask my sis as they have a good international food store in the city she works in.
post #49 of 49
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I must research these. Does World Market sell them??
Or I can ask my sis as they have a good international food store in the city she works in.
You can get Bahlsen Lebkuchen from Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/s/qid=12286590...Bahlsen&page=1
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