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Topic History of: McVities Jamaican Ginger Cake
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Bookworm With real butter!
Cheeky Monkey It's definitely not a biscuit. If you pour custard all over it, you can call it a pudding. Otherwise it's simply a cake. But if you were talking aboutt malt loaf ....
Bookworm Ooh Pepe, you can pop into my kitchen any time you like!
Pepe Well don't leave us hanging. How do you prefer to eat this cake/pudding/biscuit? As it is? Gently warmed from the oven? Toasted and smothered in butter? Cut up in soldiers and dipped into rum? Baked like a Christmas pud and topped with hot custard? Paired with Ben & Jerry's ice cream? Daringly clashing with a rich cheese? Used as the basis of a cheeky bread and butter pudding? Come on - details!
JK2006 One of the great foods in this world; controversial as it could never be decided if it was a cake or a pudding or a biscuit. As a result it's hard to find in shops; they keep putting them in the wrong category. I think they are absolutely delicious; one of my favourites.