Water and Custard Cream are types of biscuit, as are Jammie dodgers and Bath oliver
45) and asked to have only hard cheese, duly being served Cropwell Bishop stilton and Ford Farm cheddar, along with rhubarb and cognac chutney, celery and Bath Oliver
The shelves are laden with everything from real Turkish Delight to continental sausages, cheeses and English Bath Oliver
The Abernethy Biscuit and the Bath Oliver
were both invented by medical men.
RON FORMBY, the tireless editor of the Scottie Press, Britain's oldest community paper, acts while other people attend meetings to waffle and nibble expensive Bath Oliver
Product lines represented include: A La Perruche Specialty Sugar Cubes (France); Bar B Bar Barbeque Sauces & Marinades (Canada); Bisto Gravy (England); Candoni Oils, Vinegars, Vegetables, Pestos & Risotto (Italy); Cara Nonna Pasta and Sauces (Italy); Colman's Mustard (England); Darrell Lea Licorice (Australia); Drogheria & Alimentari Spice Mills and Infused Oils (Italy); Duc d'O Chocolate Truffles, Pralines, Sea Shells, and Fruit Jellies (Belgium); Finn Crisp Crispbread (Finland); Fortt's Bath Oliver
Crackers (England); Quickloaf & Harborside Bread Mixes (U.
His last request, for a cup of Earl Grey tea and some Bath Oliver
biscuits, was refused.
The puddings menu included a french lemon tart and a fine selection of farmhouses cheeses served with Bath Oliver
, celery and grapes.
In creating his health biscuit, Dr Abernethy was following in the footsteps of Dr William Oliver, who invented the Bath Oliver
I want to swap the Easyjet Meal Deal for some good old fashioned elegance; to sweep through Provence while spreading a Bath Oliver
with Gentleman's Relish, while Pete sits and thumbs his battered Beidecker.
Our goodies come from round the world and include superb coffees, continental sausages like the gnarled and red-skinned chorizos, succulent pates, lobster bisque and the oh-so-English Bath Oliver
The Bath Oliver
is said to have had its origin when Bath attracted the fashionable crowd of the day and an appetising biscuit was needed to take away the taste of unpleasant water swallowed in the Roman baths.