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July 30, 2008

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The main ingredient was flour, of course, but he was also delicately flavoured with finest ginger.

I believe you're refering to the "ginger"bread man there!

I dare say it's ginger.
"Not my gumdrop buttons!" Apologies, but it needed saying.

It was the GingerBread man. Ginger is the main spice, but I like ones that have cinnamon in as wll

I think it's Ginger, am I right!?!

Of course it's ginger that makes up the gingerbread man!

GINGER!

That would be Ginger, making him the gingerbread man... mmm now I'm thinking about them might have to go to the bakery and get me one!

That would be ginger!!

GINGER

Well done to Mark, Katy, Tom, Rachel, Leang, Tom Betts, Rachael, Becky, deafgirly and Daniel.

Jars of speculoos will be sent to you very very soon

Ceri

Any info for those of us who missed out on the competition on how we can get our hands on a jar of this delicious looking stuff?
Thanks!
Alia

DISASTER! My jar arrived yesterday and it was broken! I'm gutted :o(

I knew I'd heard of Speculoos before. Clothilde has a recipe on her blog - http://chocolateandzucchini.com/archives/2004/06/speculoos.php

I'm sure there may be an innocent cheesecake that can be made with a Speculoo biscuit base

I finally got to taste the much anticipated Speculoos paste at the weekend and have been eating it out of the jar ever since. It's possibly one of the most delicious and moreish things I have ever tasted and I have already been contemplating and planning various culinary experiments centred around it.
It has the wonderful consistency of smooth peanut butter and taste-bud explosion of sugar, sweet, spice and and what can only be described as GOO. I am planning to whip it into butter icing for a gingerbread loaf, make a Speculoos ice-cream smoothie, and I've also already discovered that it tastes quite nice with lettuce and cucumber.
Thanks guys!

I finally got to taste the much anticipated Speculoos paste at the weekend and have been eating it out of the jar ever since. It's possibly one of the most delicious and moreish things I have ever tasted and I have already been contemplating and planning various culinary experiments centred around it.
It has the wonderful consistency of smooth peanut butter and taste-bud explosion of sugar, sweet, spice and and what can only be described as GOO. I am planning to whip it into butter icing for a gingerbread loaf, make a Speculoos ice-cream smoothie, and I've also already discovered that it tastes quite nice with lettuce and cucumber.
Thanks guys!

I got back from holiday to find the best present a man can get, a jar of delicious Speculoos ... It's disappearing a little fast for my liking, but I can confirm it is absolutely scrumptious. I'm yet to work out whether to tell people I have it and let them try some, or keep it all to myself :) (My tip - warm slightly and serve over ice cream, healthy and nutritous!)

I've just come back from my summer holidays with 3 jars of Speculoos spread! It really is lush and should be available here in the UK (i don't think i can go to Belgium again for a little while). Oh, i also got 2 large boxes of the biscuits, a little pack of snack packs, and some with chocolate on! Feel free to hate me, but it's more constructive to get yourself over to Belgium to buy your own supply pronto!

After winning my jar I wrote to my Big Bro who lives in Holland and you can get it there. He's bringing me a jar this weekend! HURRAH!

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