Rants, Raves and Recipes from the Edge of Sanity
I sent that to a Canuckistand friend asking which courts will bring charges. Can't wait for the reply. (very liberal, Montrealler.) She can't help it.
"cuit" is the French word for "cooked" or "baked". So a "bis-cuit" is any kind of fine bread which has been baked twice, thus making it more durable and longer-keeping. A "tris-cuit" would have been baked three times (theoretically) but I guess that is quite improbable and unpractical.
everyone needs to "cuit" messing with the bread.....vaquero viejo
I observed that they have four sides so perhaps should be "quadscuits".
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