In theory, a biscuit is a simple thing. But the word has a slightly different meaning on either side of the Atlantic. In the U.S., you might think of a fluffy, flaky lump of dough smothered in gravy. Meanwhile, in the U.K., a biscuit usually refers to a cookie or cracker.
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