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A glance into the history of biscuits
- The word biscuit is derived from the Latin words bis cotus, meaning twice baked.
- Difference between a biscuit and a cookie is :
Biscuit: A kind of crisp dry bread more or less hard, prepared generally in thin flat cakes.
Cookie: In Scotland, a cookie is the usual name for a baker's plain bun; in U.S. usually a small flat sweet cake (a biscuit in U.K)
- Bourbon biscuit was introduced in 1910 by the biscuit company Peek Freans of Bermondsey.
- Until the 17th century, honey was the most important sweetening agent and gave taste and flavour to any kind of biscuit.