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Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Sum Favrit Food

Yesterday's scores:
  • Gills: no
  • Simpsons: yes
  • Tesco: yes (littol wun)
  • Nose Hugs Surprizisity Score: expect to start agen this week
  • Day Score: 7/10
HULLO NOT-A-BEARS!

Sum Abearycan frends hav written wiv a query about sum ov my favrit munchies:

...we really wrote to ask, "What is Marmite? What is hobnob?" We know
hobnob has to be good, since it's made of chocolate. Oh, and something you might
want to try for breakfast some day -- a beary BIG mug of
coffeecoffeecoffeecoffee AND biscotti (make sure to dunk the biscotti into the
coffeecoffeecoffeecoffee.) It's a beary exciting breakfast that keeps us wide
awake for hours (until our next mug.)

Excittedily Yours, Teddy and Spaulding Bears

Hmmm.... well I don't drink coffee, only tea. Mainly cos this is what my parrents drink. I prefer Daddy's mug as he has shuger in his. Mummy duzzent. Daddy sez this is becos she is sweet enuff allreddy. I think he's jus crawling.

ENYWAY a Hobnob is a type ov biskit made ov oats. They are sooperior dunkers to wheaty wuns. Yu can get plain wuns or wuns that hav a layer ov choklit on wun side.

But horrors!!! I went to find a photo ov sum for yu an discuverd that they hav stopped making the dark-choklit flavour wuns! Oh no! These wer my Daddy's favrit. I think I shall go on a Speshol Mishon tomorro, to seek out all remaining dark-choklit Hobnobs, an wrap up eny I find for Daddy's Crismos Present. Sigh........... Here is a photo ov sum Hobnobs, wiv the late, great, plain chok variety in front:

I got this photo ov yummy HOBNOBS from A Nice cup Of Tea And A Sit Down, where yu can lern all about tea an biskits.


Now to yor other enquiry, MARMITE! YUM! Marmite is a thick, dark brown spred that yu put on toast or sandwiches. It's made ov yeast extract an is very strong so yu ownly need a littol bit. If yu put it on too thick it takes the roof ov yor mouth off. Lerning what is just the right amount to put on yor bred is wun of the rites of passage that eny smoll person in Britain has to pass through.

An then yu either love it or hate it. There's no in between becos the flavour is so strong. Mummy an me love it. She loves it on toast with melted cheese on top. I like it cos it keeps me eyes dark. An Daddy hates it, an won't go near the jar, an tells us we hav to eat it in the broom cupboard in the dark cos it's disgustin. HAHAHAHAHA. Ostraylia do their own vershon, called Vegemite, but it's horrobol an lumpy,not smooth an shiny like ours. No. There's nothing like good ol' Marmite. Yum!
Mmmmm my tummy's rumbling now. I'm off fer a snak............bye fer now!

2 comments:

Margaret said...

Thanks for the tip off, Bob! What a wonderful spy you are! I went out today and found 3 packs of dark chocolate Hobnobs. I shall save them for a Christmas treat. I wish you luck on your own Hobnob mission! I wonder why they stopped making them. They are by far the best biscuit in the world.

By the way Bob, I'm surprised to hear that you dunk- might this not result on a bath situation???

B.T.Bear Esq. said...

Yes, it's a dangeruss thing to do, Margaret, but I'm a BEAR an therefore BRAVE. Enyway, wen the biskit in question was a dark chocolate Hobnob, it was well worth the risk.... waah.

Sumtimes daddy dunks my biskit for me and holds it while I nibble. That way there is no danger ov chok-crums-on-paw-shock.

Bob