Okay, so what are biscuits for you? Also, we don't have molasses cookies here in Britain, so I had to look them up. Here, we call molasses commercially black treacle. You made them sound quite interesting, so I'm going to have a go at baking them tomorrow afternoon. Wish me luck. -LNicol1990
No kidding! Y’all are missing out. :O They’re DELICIOUS.
What you call a “biscuit,” we call a “cookie.” In the States, a biscuit is kind of a crumbly or flaky savory roll, typically served with breakfast alongside bacon, eggs, or sausage.
Some places serve them with fried chicken or buttermilk/sausage gravy:
…ah, jeez, now I’m all hungry.