Made locally from the meat farm.
Photo courtesy of Brandon Dawe.
Souvenir cookies from China.
Just like a crumpet only crunchier
I just can’t believe its meat
Specially slain by the Mag Lev Train.
(Tenderised a 400kph)
It certainly would have guan dong, when the train hit it.
Made from cookie doe.
We’ll be bacon more every day.
Also: Baked flesh evely day!
Believe my current experience of the canteen of a university in Guandong, it can perfectly be what it says to be …
These cookies taste offal!
♫It’s Crispy the Rodeo Clown♪
This looks suspiciously like chicks crushed into cookies with a hydraulic press. Wait a minute, that’s exactly what the Chinese product name says: “Chick Cookies”…
Rare, medium, or well done, sir.
Tastes just like chicken !
There really is/was a breakfast cereal named “Crispy Critters”.
@Dr Lex.0423 Aww. I would have thought that they put the female prisoners through a Die-cutter, and made cookies out of them.
@DrLex | 4:23 am: What a fowl deed!
I hope these are not Girl Scout cookies. 😯
It’s the breakfast cereal named Slutties.
They don’t go crap snackle and poop.
They just lie there and bang.
@DNT 0432. Yes. They have a bun in the oven.
One of the Keebler Elves fell into the machinery and things haven’t tasted the same since.
– Nice to meat you, Crispy
CAUTION: May contain traces of WongDong
Also called ”Cockies”
Let’s Chinese Crispy!
Pray there is never such a thing as a meat Krispy Kreme doughnut.
For people who want to satisfy their sweet tooth along with their carnal desires.
Well…Holy Cr*p, Batman!!! This took a bit of searching but it turns out it really IS a crispy MEAT biscuit!! It’s called a “Ji Zi Bing” in Mandarin. And I found the following description on the ‘net: “The old name of Jizibing is “Xiaofengbing”. It is said this biscuit was created by a workingwoman in the Qing Dynasty. As Jizibing is shaped like a chickling, (…as in a baby chicken….??) it is called Ji Zi Bing “Chickling Biscuit.” The filling is made of pork, sugar, white sesame, shelled melon seeds and shelled olive seeds and mixed with spices. The outside… Read more »
Apparently it’s also called “Ji Zai Bing”.
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@Pete above. Those mooncakes certainly sound like chunder material.
I also like the bloke who invented a better cake to earn some, “monkey” to buy his wife back. I’d have rather kept the monkey.
@Droll not Troll | 4:32 am |
Are they made with real girl scouts?
Sounds more like chum to me.
Or pig slop…except the cannibalism might lead to mad pig disease…
Well, most Orientals find cheese to be yucky.
@Pete | 7:09 am: Now I’m even MORE suspicious of food imported from China.
Dunno about the taste of shelled olive seeds – it may be OK – but I’d be afraid of biting on a random piece of shell!
Crispy meat cookies – try our classic chitlin chip or new goatmeal raisin.
Snap! Crackle! OINK! Meat Krispies!
The weirdest pierogi I’ve ever seen…